An Integrated Project Funded by the European Commission under the Sustainable Development, Global Change and Ecosystems Thematic Priority Area.
Contract Number: 018320
Project Cordinator: Dr. Theo van den Hoven KIWA Water Research
Project Duration: 1st January 2006 to 31st December 2010
Tenth TECHNEAU newsletter is available
Newsletter 10 highlights recent activities and outputs from TECHNEAU. Main topics are the Regional Technology Platform on "Water Reclamation in Southern Africa" in Pretoria and the Lisbon Case Study. The newsletter also reviews the last five year's work and gives an overview of Techneau publications.
Training Seminar on Risk Management of
Drinking Water Systems in Southern Africa
This two-day workshop focussing on Risk Management will be held in Pretoria, South Africa, 18-19 October, 2010.
It will include lectures on risk assessment practice and hands-on training exercises and is aimed at operators, researchers, regulators and technology suppliers.
8th Regional Technology Platform:
Advances in technology for safe drinking water under water scarcity conditions
The eighth Regional Technology Platform took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. The conference highlighted the situation in water stress regions with focus on Israel and discussed the challenges for the drinking water sector arising from climate change and increasing water scarcity.
TECHNEAU Video online
The TECHNEAU video has been presented at the TECHNEAU conference in Maastricht June 17-19 2009. The TECHNEAU video summarizes objectives of the Techneau project and its methodology. Interesting project outcomes are presented together with an introduction of todays various water problems and challenges of the water sector.
The TECHNEAU Conference on 'Safe Drinking Water From Source to Tap - State-of-the-Art and Perspectives' was held June 17 - 19 , 2009, in Maastricht, the Netherlands at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The conference provided a leading podium for professionals concerned with drinking water challenges and adaptive strategies.
TECHNEAU, an integrated project funded by the European Comission, challenges the ability of traditional system and technology solutions for drinking water supply to cope with present and future global threats and opportunities. This will be initiated through rethinking of current water supply options and by providing researched and demonstrated new and improved technologies for the whole water supply chain. More...
May 22-25, 2011
IWA Conference "Cities of the Future: Sustainable Urban Planning and Water Management"
June 6-8, 2011
International Conference: Faecal Indicators - Problem or Solution? (FIPS)
September 27-30, 2011
Mühlheim an der Ruhr, Germany
IWA Leading Edge Conference on Strategic Asset Management (LESAM)