A leading UK trade organisation has promised to help companies make the most of the opportunities at global water event Aquatech Amsterdam 2015. British Water, which promotes UK technology and trade links, will be part of the UK Pavilion run by the Government Department for Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.
It is the first time British Water has taken a stand at Aquatech, which takes place at RAI Amsterdam from 3-6 November 2015 and is one of the most important global events in the water industry calendar. Eight UK companies are taking part in the UK Pavilion, with 14 exhibiting elsewhere.
Among the innovative UK water businesses taking part in Aquatech 2015 are Guildford-based Modern Water, which manufactures water-monitoring equipment to detect trace elements; Cheshire-based Arvia, which has developed a radical new way to remove micro-pollutants and Lancashire’s atg UV Technology, which has been nominated for the Aquatech Wastewater Innovation Award.
The British Water stand will showcase the work of five British companies – Aqualogy, Aquam Water Services, Bio Systems Europe, Bluewater Bio and Impact Solutions. Read Full Article