5 - 8 November 2019

Visit the BlueTech Research Innovation Pavilion!

    Hall 13, Booth 13.160

We live in an era of disruption and there is little room for complacency, even in water and wastewater utilities. Therefore, BlueTech Research and Aquatech host the Innovation Pavilion at Aquatech Amsterdam for the third time this edition. The Innovation Pavilion consists of 10 short-listed and specially selected companies and provides them with the opportunity to showcase the latest in cutting edge water technology. The participants represent disruptive new innovation, possibly upsetting old business models and causing an ripple effect to the water industry.

The BlueTech Research Innovation Pavilion is the go-to-area for water professionals looking for cutting-edge technology offerings in the industry. Selected participants come from around the globe and their technologies have huge potential in applications across both the utility and industrial sectors of the water industry. Innovations are selected on the basis of the potential disruptiveness of their technologies to the market and their readiness to be implemented.


Participants 2019

Previous participants 2017


Charge up your approach to water purification with Electro Positive Technology


BiOPhree, Biocide-free water treatment for evaporative cooling systems based on the principle of phosphate-limitation


Aquafortus High-Recovery Osmotic Technology


SARATECH Innovative Technology- a cost effective solution for etimination of hazardous substances in wastewater.


Hyrec Membrane Brine Concentrator: Osmotically assisted reverse osmosis membrane and process for desalination, wastewater reuse and industrial stream concentration.


mitte®: Drink water the way it’s meant to be


Tveskaeg Benchtop – a new paradigm in waste water analysis precision, convenience and cost


OxyMem’s drop in MABR (Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor) can enhance effluent quality and provide additional capacity within existing network assets at lowest operational cost (14kg/O2/kWh)


Artificial Intelligence in Water Distribution