cewas middle east

seecon is responsible for the development, management and implementation of this regional water business development programme in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Kurdistan (Iraq). The programme fosters the development of sustainable business models and viable innovations in water, sanitation and solid waste management in the Middle East, targeting existing businesses, Start-ups and NGOs. For this purpose, […]

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cewas Start-up Programme

cewas is the international training centre for Start-Ups in the water and sanitation sector. During the training programme, the entrepreneurs-to-be are trained and supported by cewas to design products and services contributing to the sustainable use of water resources and to the solution of sanitation problems. cewas combines appropriate training for the development of Start-Up […]

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Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse in Uganda

Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse (RRR) offers excellent business opportunities for a wide range of Ugandan industries and enterprises through the up-cycling of treated liquid and solid waste streams such as municipal solid waste, market waste, faecal sludge, agro-industrial waste, animal waste and wastewater for the recovery of nutrients, energy and water. To support the […]

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NaWaTech

Adequate water supply and sewage systems are a challenge, especially in urban areas. We break new ground: away from end-of-pipe water management towards an integrated approach with small-scale natural and technical plants. Such small-scale systems, such as manmade wetlands, infiltration ditches and sub-soil filtration and bank filtration, promote natural water purification and storage. In addition, […]

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Detranz

Our understanding of why the transport of goods is steadily on the increase, and how this growth could be halted, is still insufficient. That is why seecon supports the organisation Alpeninitiative with the founding of the “Freight Transport Institute Uri – Research Institute for a Transport-Efficient Economy”. The institute’s task is to establish the scientific […]

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SuSanA

The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) is an informal network of organisations that share a common vision on sustainable sanitation. SuSanA works as a coordinating and working platform, sounding board and contributor to the policy dialogue on sustainable sanitation, as well as a “catalyst”. Under a grant of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Stockholm […]

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IBP Southern Africa

Today, there is a lack of companies offering relevant sustainable sanitation, water and waste management services and products in Southern Africa. Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) who want to fill this gap often lack the capacities and resources to enter such new markets. In such endeavors SMEs also need support in developing business models, plans […]

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