Wastewater treatment companies in Belgium form cooperative organization
Eleven leading wastewater treatment companies in Flanders (Belgium) have decided to cooperate through a networking organization called TNAV.
April 9, 2003 -- Eleven leading wastewater treatment companies in Flanders (Belgium) have decided to cooperate through a networking organization called TNAV.
They formally created this non-profit organization, which has been operational since January 1 of this year. Main sponsor of TNAV is IWT, the Institute for Innovation through Science and Technology, funded by the Flemish Region.
As one of its priorities, TNAV sees the exchange of expertise and it intends to develop an extensive network involving all stakeholders. For research TNAV wants to cooperate with universities and research institutes.
TNAV-members will also be considering when and where they should work together and how they will go about it.
In the medium term, TNAV will be offering its 11 members (a number which is likely to grow in the near future) a platform for cooperation on specific projects in the area of wastewater treatment.
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