Current Members

Current Members

Águas do Tejo Atlântico is a Portuguese leading water company responsible for the management and operation of the wastewater multi-municipality system of the Great Lisbon and the West.

Aquabio is a British solution provider for the treatment and reuse of industrial wastewater – from concept development through to complete installation.

Aquaduin is a public drinking water company, serving the region of Veurne Ambacht in Flanders, Belgium. Aquaduin is a pioneer in wastewater reclamation and aquifer recharge for indirect potable reuse.

Aquafin is a Belgium water company. Covering 85% of Flemish households, Aquafin  treats the wastewater of 5 million people, actively manages a network of 6,727 kms of sewers and 320 treatment plants.

A subsitidiary of De Watergroep, the largest Belgian water utility, de Watergroep, Azulatis n.v. is leader in circular water solutions, improving ESG footprint and Sustainability ratings of its clients.

The Benaki Phytopathological Institute is a non-profit research institute specialising in risk assessment on the safe use of chemicals for agriculture with a focus on human health environmental protection.

Founded in 1947, Brown and Caldwell is the largest engineering and construction firm solely focused on the U.S. water and environmental sectors. They offer a comprehensive range of engineering, scientific, consulting and construction services.

Cranfield University is a British postgraduate and research-based public university specialising in science, engineering, technology and management. The Cranfield Water Science Institute is recognised internationally for its work in science, engineering and management of water.

De Watergroep is the largest drinking water company in Flanders (Belgium) offering  a range of water solutions, products and service across the entire water chain.

Ecofilae is an independent and innovative French consulting and training company specialized in circular economy and aiming at developing services and web solutions for water reuse.

Eurecat – Centre Tecnològic de Catalunya (Spain) – provides innovative technology and advance expertise to industries, hence responding to their needs for innovation and competitiveness.

EYDAP is the largest water supply, sewerage and wastewater treatment company in Greece, covering the needs of more than 40% of the country’s population. It supplies Attica with drinking water, the quality of which is among the best in Europe.

FARYS is a public drinking water company, serving 1.4 million people in Flanders (Belgium). FARYS strives for climate-resilient innovation throughout the entire water cycle, including diversification of water sources, membrane filtration and wastewater reuse.

FHNW, The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland investigates innovative technologies for treating water and wastewater, including recovery and reuse of materials.

FIRMUS France is a company specialising in water, wastewater and greywater treatment and recycling, with specific expertise in membrane technologies (microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis, electrodialysis, membrane electrolysis and many more).

Graytec AB is a clean technology company dedicated to grow water reuse in residentialand commercialbuildings by separating greywater sources from the rest of the buildings’ wastewater.  

Hach® develops innovative solutions to help their customers analyse their water more efficiently and more effectively. It is dedicated to ensuring water quality for people around the world by bringing clarity to the process of water reuse.

HZ University of Applied Sciences is a Dutch university nationally acclaimed for its high quality programmes and modern facilities with include four water related research groups: Water Technology, Building with Nature, Resilient Deltas and Aquaculture in Delta Areas.

IRSA-CNR, the Water Research Institute of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) performs fundamental and applied research activities on water treatment and recycling process technologies.

The Berlin Centre of Competence for Water, Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH (KWB), is an international, non-profit, public private research centre working on urban water systems. 

KWR is the Dutch research institute bridging science to practice through its applied scientific research across the water cycle.

Muharraq wastewater services company WLL, is located in The Kingdom of Barhein. Originally owned by Samsung Engineering and United Utilities, Muharraq Wastewater Services is now owned solely by Samsung Engineering. The company has a staff complement of 60 people.

NATUREM SOLUTIONS is a water efficiency/conservation and circular economy (water reuse & recycling, by-product valorisation) consultancy. they also provide nature-based solutions and re-connect infrastructures and projects to the natural water circle.

SKion Water GmbH, through its operational subsidiaries, is a technology and solution provider, as well as a plant manufacturer, in both municipal and industrial water and wastewater technology.

Treewater is an innovative French company offering solutions for the treatment and recycling of complex effluents. Their goal is to provide personalised responses through the technological innovations we are developing, particularly for the industry.

Trojan Technologies manufactures municipal, industrial, and residential water treatment products applying ultraviolet (UV)-light technology.  Their vision is to be a custodian of global water by engineering innovative water technologies to ensure everyone has access to clean water. 

The Università Politecnica delle Marche is a public university in Ancona, Italy. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Agriculture, Engineering, Economics, Medicine and Biology. It coordinates several EU and national research projects in the area of engineering, with relevant focus on water cycle management in cities and industries, agriculture and life sciences.

VITO is a leading European independent research and technology organisation in the areas of cleantech and sustainable development.

Vendée Eau is a non-profit public body in charge of water supply in the French department of Vendée. The company is developing a range of solutions to prevent from the risk of water shortage in the future, including desalination and wastewater recycling for indirect potable reuse.

Water-link is a water company supplying drinking water to  Antwerp and its surrounding regions . It also supplies maintains the sewer network of more than 10 cities, develops knowledge ane works on innovative  solutions to provide safe water to all.

WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering and environmental professional services consultancies. It provides innovative solutions for its clients and the communities they serve across the UK. WSP areas of key expertise include asset design and management, water risk management and strategic advisory.