News


Water Test Network Webinar

Posted on

The Water Test Network team would like to give a huge thank you to everybody who attended our first webinar on May 26 and made it such a great success. We hope you enjoyed hearing from our moderators. If you’ve missed (part of) the event or simply want to view it again, you can download the presentation here or have another look at the recording Read More

Update re. operations during the COVID-19 pandemic

Posted on

We wanted to let you know what the Water Test Network is doing at present in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our number one priority is to keep our colleagues and collaborators safe. While we all accept there is disruption to business as usual, the Water Test Network remains committed to continuing to support companies through these challenging times, wherever possible. Read More

Regulatory Roadmap

Posted on

Active in the water sector and need to know the respected authorities on water regulations, specifications and guidance within North West Europe? Don’t look further. The Water Test Network developed a Regulatory Roadmap with an overview of these authorities to guide SMEs. Read More

Construction works for VEG-i-TEC have started

Posted on

On Wednesday December 4, rector of Ghent University prof. Rik Van de Walle gave the official go-ahead for construction works on VEG-i-TEC in Kortrijk. Together with prof. Imca Sampers, provincial deputy Jean de Bethune and mayor Vincent Van Quickenborne, he stressed the importance of the new living lab for knowledge institutions, the food processing industry, the water sector and the city of Kortrijk. Read More

Application progress

Posted on

The Water Test Network is now up and running for more than one year. In the last couple of weeks the project partners promoted the project and its services in their networks and at several national and international events. Furthermore, the innovation chasers of the project have had several talks with a lot of SMEs. Up till now the project received 59 applications of which 11 are approved and 5 companies are already on site doing tests. At the moment the project is working on the other applications so new approved projects can be expected soon. Read More

Partner in the limelight: TZW

Posted on

TZW: DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser (German Water Centre) is part of DVGW (German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water) and as such a non-profit and independent institution. TZW’s comprehensive research activities and practical experience form the basis of solutions and concepts for all areas of national and international water management issues. These range from resource protection to water catchment and treatment to the water supplying consumers' taps. About 200 highly qualified staff members cooperate closely with water utilities, companies, expert authorities, and universities. TZW supplies reliable figures, data and facts, and creates solutions for a sustainable water supply. Read More