5 - 8 November 2019

Fully up to date on the latest trends, developments and technologies in 20 minutes?

The Innovation Avenue was the place where visitors have been immersed in the latest technologies in the field of clean drinking water, sludge dewatering, algae detection systems, surface water treatments, and so on.

Visitors experienceed more than 20 break through innovations, of which many recently managed to win a diversity of high profile awards.

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Breakthrough Innovations

Salttech, winner of the Aquatech innovation award 2015 with its DyVaR technology, has further developed it's technology over the past 2 years. “We are the first technology worldwide that completely removes the water from inorganic components in one step “, says CEO Gerard Schouten.

The winner of the Water Alliance Innovation & Stimulation Award 2017 was Wafilin Systems, with their ‘Concentrating Milk‘; a breakthrough innovation for the Dairy industry, originating from the Water Campus which has grown into a fully operating company.

Participants Innovation Avenue

The following participants have inspired visitors with their latest innovations.

  • Advanced Water Reclaimers
  • AkaNova
  • Aqana/Salttech/Biotrack
  • Biothane
  • Bluecon
  • BlueTech Research Innovation Pavilion
  • BW Products
  • DMT, Sustec
  • DWP
  • Landustrie
  • LevelLog B.V.
  • MicroLan
  • Paques
  • PB international
  • Pro Water
  • Solteq
  • Wafilin Systems BV
  • Watercampus

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