EurEau - Water Matters

EurEau : Water Matters

  • Published in collaboration with EurEau to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the UN World Water Day.
  • 84 pages, softback, A4 sized
  • April 2017
  • English
Welcome from EurEau’s President Bruno Tisserand
EurEau: the voice of Europe’s water sector
By Oliver Loebel, EurEau Secretary General
A map of EurEau Member States
The future of European water and water services
By Dr Claudia Castell-Exner and Carl-Emil Larsen, EurEau Vice Presidents
Mutual benefits
By Karmenu Vella, EU Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
Integrating water into the circular economy
By Michael Dantin, Member of the European Parliament
Innovating a new future
By Karl Elisabeth Fagernæsm, Chair of the Joint Working Group on Innovation
Contribute to the clean-up
By Michael Bentveltsen, Chair of the Joint Working Group on Micropollutants
Water quality is improving
By Anders Finnson, Chair of the Joint Working Group on the Water Framework Directive
Taking the waste out of waste water
By Roberto Mazzini, Chair of the Joint Working Group on Water Reuse
Protecting our most precious resource
By Arjen Frentz, Chair of the EurEau Committee on Drinking Water and Jos van den Akker, Committee Coordinator
Prevention is better than cure
By Greet De Gueldre and Jean-Pierre Silan, co-Chairs of the EurEau Committee on Waste Water
Economic aspects of water services
By Carl-Emil Larsen, Chair of the EurEau Committee for Economic and Legal Affairs and Susanne Vangsgaard, Committee Coordinator
National perspectives
Austria: Liquid assets
Belgium: Revenue drains
Aquawal on behalf of Belgaqua
Bulgaria: Road to reform
Bulgarian Water Association
Denmark: Water tarrifs and affordability
Estonia: Finding the best fit
Keskkonnalahendused OÜ on behalf of the Estonian Waterworks Association
Finland: Holistic risk management
Finnish Water Utilities Association, Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and The Water Protection Association of the River Kokemäenjoki
France: Freedom to meet targets
Veolia and Suez
Germany: Integrated thinking
DVGW and Zweckverband Landeswasserversorgung
Greece: Cities of the future
Hellenic Association of Drinking Water and Waste Water Municipal Companies
Malta: Real-time remote monitoring
Water Services Corporation International Limited
The Netherlands: Curing our medicinal ailment
Unie van Waterschappen and Vewin
Norway: Common goals
Norsk Vann
Poland: Environmental benefits of EU integration
Portugal: Vulnerability to climate change
APDA – Portuguese Association of Water Supply and Waste Water Services
Spain: Requirements for sustainability
AEAS – Spanish Association of Water Supply and Sanitation and FCC Aqualia
Sweden: Certifiable sense
Svenskt Vatten
UK: Toilet training
Water UK
European water in numbers
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