Meet the Dutch water sector at IFAT Africa

Meet the Dutch water sector at IFAT Africa!
(booth H5E11)

Are you attending the IFAT Africa (12-14 September 2017)? Meet the Dutch water sector in the Netherlands Pavilion (booth H5E11) at the IFAT Africa. The Dutch water sector also offers a wide range of sustainable solutions on efficient (waste) water management, purification, nutrient recovery, water reuse, smart monitoring, and other appropriate water technologies.

Curious about the latest innovations of the Dutch water sector? Meet the exhibitors in our Pavilion and take in the Dutch atmosphere in our hospitality lounge. 


Date Time Venue

Programme part

13 September 13.00-15.30 hrs Room:
Black Eagle

Roundtable meeting: ’Cocreating Water Security in South Africa’
Challenges and solutions in reservoir management and industrial waste water. This meeting is organised within the framework of the Dutch contribution to the IFAT Africa Exhibition.

13 September 16.00-17.00 hrs Booth H5E11

Networking reception
On behalf of the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Ms. Marisa Gerards, you are welcome at the networkreception with the Dutch delegation at IFAT Africa. 




MetaSus acts as an independent broker in environmental technology between the Netherlands and international markets. We promote exports and cooperation in products and services related to waste management, waste water treatment, air quality, soil remediation, renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Services include the mapping and monitoring of the Dutch supply sector, market studies as well as the organization of inbound and outbound trade missions and matchmaking events. Partially on behalf of RWS Leefomgeving, at IFAT Africa MetaSus focuses on waste management and the circular economy. |


Paques has over 30 years of experience in helping industries and municipalities to reduce their water and carbon footprints and reclaim valuable resources. The cost-effective effluent purification systems produce energy from wastewater, whilst purifying the water and facilitating water reuse. Since 1980, Paques realised more than 2,000 references worldwide.

Besides the headquarters in The Netherlands, Paques has subsidiaries and/or production locations in China, Brazil, United States of America, India and Malaysia. In many other countries, the company is represented by licensed partners. This ensures local presence and the best service for clients worldwide. |


Royal IHC
Royal IHC is a reliable supplier of innovative and efficient equipment, vessels and services for the offshore, dredging and wet mining markets. Due to climate change, urbanization, sedimentation and deteriorating artificial structures, the task of inland water maintenance is becoming increasingly challenging.

In light of these developments, we are capable of delivering innovative solutions for sustainable river management. IHC’s partner NETICS specialises in ‘building with nature’ and designs innovative hydraulic structures made from reclaimed sediment. The shared objective is to develop end-of-pipe solutions. |


Kingfisher II
The Kingfisher programme came about through a partnership between the South African Department of Water and Sanitation, the International Cooperation Agency of the Association of Netherlands Municipalities and the Association of Dutch Water Authorities. It brings together South African and Dutch water authorities and municipalities. Through a colleague to colleague approach it works towards improved local water management in South Africa.It aims to do this by bringing together expertise from South Africa and the Netherlands in the sphere of local water management and by providing a platform for other actors to participate to economic development.


Netherlands Water Partnership
The Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) is your gateway to the Dutch Water Sector. Companies, NGOs, knowledge institutes and government have joined forces in this public-private partnership. The members of the partnership work together to offer sustainable, multifunctional water solutions for people, planet and profit worldwide. The partnership, consisting of 200 members, acts as a centre of information on water expertise, policy development and market opportunities. NWP also initiates, coordinates, and executes projects for its members and organizes trade missions, exhibitions and conferences. | E


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