Água&Ambiente magazine is the only monthly environmental business magazine in Portugal. The quality and independence of information has therefore made it an inescapable work tool for all the professionals of the environmental sector in Portugal .
AmbienteOnline website is the online media specialized in the environmental market with daily news and weekly comments provided by a panel of specialists. The relevance of the published information enabled it to strengthen its market position and online leadership.
Água&Ambiente magazine and AmbienteOnline website are both environmental specialized media holded by Grupo About Media, a portoghese editor company.
Asian Water is Asia’s leading monthly magazine on water and wastewater since 1984. More than 7,000 executives and professionals in the Asian region read Asian Water to get the latest news, updates on products and exhibitions, technical articles, case studies and book reviews.
Says Dr Asit Biswas, Winner of Stockholm Water Prize 2006:
What I like most about Asian Water is its clear focus on Asia. It discusses water problems and solutions in the specific context of Asian conditions. Articles are topical, authoritative and easy to read. Asian Water is a must-read for anyone interested in water issues of this vast continent.
BlueTech® Research was incorporated in 2011 as a subsidiary of O2 Environmental, a leading water technology consultancy. We provide actionable water technology market intelligence.
The vision for BlueTech Research developed in response to a recognition that the water landscape is changing. Urbanization, aging infrastructure, water scarcity, and increased need for energy and resource recovery are examples of converging forces driving this change. BlueTech is focused on analysing what this change means for the water technology market. Which markets are growing or declining? Who are incumbents in these markets and who are the new entrants? What are the emerging disruptive technologies?
BlueTech Research began as start-up within O2 Environmental in 2011, and we have since grown into an international team with a global presence, with offices in North America, Europe and Asia
British Water is an association which has a wide and varied membership covering all sectors of the water industry. From consultants, legal and financial partnerships, manufacturers of equipment and multi-disciplinary contractors to SMEs and independent consultants. We work to bring a coherent approach to delivering in partnership with the water companies, the best for the British water industry. We try to ensure each member company has access to services that will enhance their development potential and provide an added value factor to the way they do business.
British Water is the lead representative and business development organisation for the supply chain of the UK water industry.
British Water provides opportunities for those companies in membership to participate in a wide range of activities across our three main areas of operation:
FuturENVIRO publishes 10 issues per year in a fully bilingual format (Spanish/English). With up-to-the-minute coverage of: Water Management & Treatment: urban and industrial wastewater treatment, drinking water treatment, reuse, desalination, Smart Water. Waste Management & Treatment: recycling of all waste types (C&D Waste, paper & board, WEEE, ELV, ELT, scrap metal, plastic, glass, etc), bioenergy, energy recovery, landfills, Smart Cities: sustainable collection and transport of MSW.
Our focus is always international, with news about the biggest markets and particular emphasis on Latin America and other emerging markets. FuturENVIRO has a baseline print run of 7,000 copies. A print run calculated to fit the needs of each issue depending on the contents and presence at trade fairs. The printed editions are perfectly complemented by the online e-edition that reaches out to over 100,000 professionals all over the world, thus enabling your company to be seen and taken into consideration on a global level. FuturENVIRO’s editorial programme is adapted constantly to fit in with any changes, updates, events and projects making it a dynamic and interactive publication, offering completely up to date information to our readers and advertisers.
The German Water Partnership is a joint initiative of the German private and public sectors, combining commercial enterprises, government and non-government organisations, scientific institutions and water-related associations. The network is supported by five federal ministries. Its head office in Berlin collects and coordinates information about innovations, activities and services of its members.
The fundamental aim of the German Water Partnership is to make the outstanding German engineering, know-how and experience in the water sector easily available to partners and clients all over the world.
Germany has more than 150 years of experience in successful water management. Efficiency in plant engineering, consulting and operation is complemented by unparalleled expertise in scientific research, education and training, and by high levels of institutional and administrative knowledge.
We look forward to transferring this efficiency and high standard in water treatment and management to any region in the world that needs help solving the present and future water problems, including those caused or aggravated by climate change, population growth and desertification.
The International Desalination Association (IDA) is the hub of expertise, information and professional development for the global desalination industry. Dedicated to the development and promotion of desalination and water reuse worldwide, IDA is the only global association focused exclusively on desalination and desalination technologies.
IDA provides educational resources to industry professionals and students through publications, online and multi-media communications, its biennial World Congress, workshops, conferences, scholarships, a Fellowship Program and the IDA Desalination Academy, a global institute for specialized training in desalination.
A non-profit association, IDA serves more than 2,400 core members in 60 countries and reaches an additional 4,000 affiliate members. Its membership comprises scientists, end-users, engineers, consultants and researchers from governments, corporations and academia. It is associated with the United Nations as part of a growing international network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
The International Water Association (IWA) is a self-governing non-profit organization which aims to cover all facets of the water cycle. The body is headquartered in London, with a global secretariat based in The Hague and offices in Beijing, Bucharest, Nairobi, Singapore and Washington DC.
The group’s mission is to serve as a worldwide network for water professionals and to advancing standards and best practices insustainable water management. The association has four member types: individual, student, corporate, and governing members. There are about 10,000 individual and 500 corporate members, with governing members in approximately 80 countries.
IWA hosts annually more than 40 specialist conferences and workshops on various aspects of water management. The next IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition will take place in Lisbon, Portugal in 2014. Annual events co-ordinated by the IWA includeWorld Water Monitoring Day, which aims to build public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world.
IWA has its roots in the International Water Supply Association (IWSA), established in 1947, and the International Water Quality Association (IAWQ), which originally formed as the International Association for Water Pollution Research in 1965. The two groups merged in 1999 to form IWA.
IWA Publishing, the wholly owned subsidiary of the International Water Association (IWA), provides information services on all aspects of water, wastewater and related environmental fields.
The publishing programme includes Water21 (the IWA membership magazine) and a broad range of journals, books, research reports, manuals of best practice, and online services.
The Portuguese Water Partnership’s mission is to promote an effective link between professionals, institutions and companies in order to project the knowledge and skills of the Portuguese water sector in the world, and to catalyse opportunities in international markets and in the area of cooperation within the framework of the development of sustainable projects in line with the Sustainable Development Goals
About 80% wastewater remains untreated which endangers our health, planet and economy.
Prana is a sanskrit word for breath, life and vitality.
The meaning of Prana guides our actions to change untreated wastewater from a weapon of mass destruction to clean water, renewable energy, fertilizers, bio-cements …etc to restore water resources as common good and for a sustainable global growth.
We designed a platform – the WasteWater Reuse Exchange, the W2AREX ® – to match offers and demands of treated wastewater and wastewater supplies for forward deliveries. The W2AREX ® organizes markets for wastewater by-products and for products adding a value to wastewater. The profits of the wastewater valorisation are shared between the market participants: this means that even disadvantaged population can get revenues and benefits from their wastewater for financial inclusion. It enables also to accelerate and to scale-up clean technologies.
The Water Industry Process Automation & Control Group was originally a discussion group set up on the business networking website LinkedIn based to discuss the issues surrounding instrumentation, process automation & control. A discussion group that is now over 3,000 people strong. This website is a development from the LinkedIn group and has been specifically developed to share the knowledge that has been gained by practitioners within the Water Industry (be it potable water or wastewater). This site is meant as knowledge centre for all to use and promote good practises or pitfalls where particular developments so that the Water Industry on global basis can learn from each other and also also as a collaborative environment where practitioners can work together for the good of the industry in general
Official Video Partner With a large global audience of 24,500 and proven track record of producing quality editorial for over 20 years, Water & Wastewater International (WWi) provides practical knowledge and insight for water system operators, wastewater engineers and other professionals in the global water industry.