Meet the Dutch water sector at VietWater 2018

Meet the Dutch water sector
Are you attending VietWater? The Dutch water sector is present at Vietnams largest exhibition for all segments of the water sector. Visit us at the Netherlands Pavilion (booth K18) at VietWater (7-9 november 2018). Read all about the participants and the Dutch contributions in the program.

The Netherlands is well known for its Delta approach and water governance. But our integrated approach on water reaches much further than that. 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.

The Netherlands Pavilion is hosted by the Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) and supported by the governement of the Netherlands.


At the exhibition floor you will find even more Dutch water technology companies. Interested in meeting them all in one place? Visit us at booth K18

Please join the Netherlands sessions below and learn more about "Innovative and integrated Dutch expertise for water technology" in the Netherlands.

Date Time Session Location
Wednesday Nov. 7, 2018 TBC Opening Ceremony VietWater

Wednesday Nov. 7, 2018 13.30 - 16.00

Seminar 'Building an Integrated and
Sustainable Urban Water Furture

Convention room,

Wednesday Nov. 7, 2018 16.00 - 17.30 Networking Reception
Netherlands Pavilion

Booth K18
Thursday Nov. 8,
10.00 - 15.00

Workshop 'Developing a Sustainable Value Chain Approach for the Water-AgriFood nexus'

Violet room,



Arcadis is a global natural and built asset Design & Consultancy that has worked on some of the world’s most iconic water based projects covering water treatment, built water, rectification and management solutions. Our multidisciplinary approach integrates in-house expertise, enabling scalability and operational efficiency, which has been demonstrated on projects such as Wuhan’s sponge city program, Kaliwa’s water supply scheme, Singapore’s deep tunnel sewerage system and Hanoi’s red river urbanization development. |


CDR International
CDR International is a fully independent coastal, river and port engineering and consultancy firm with its roots in the Netherlands. CDR stands for Coasts, Deltas and Rivers, the environment and field of our expertise in broadest sense. CDR is focusing on project development, management, design and engineering services in particular in the marine and maritime sector worldwide. |


Deltares is an independent institute for applied research in the field of water, subsurface and infrastructure. Throughout the world, we work on smart solutions, innovations and applications for people, environment and society. Our focus is on water resources, water quality, flood risk, subsidence and climate adaptation. |


Hal 24K
HAL24K makes real-time data-driven decision making possible by combining advanced data science techniques – such as machine learning and deep neural networks – with modelling, analysis and visualization through its SaaS-based Dimension platform. 
A data intelligence scale-up based in Amsterdam, San Francisco and London, HAL24K is delivering operational and predictive intelligence to companies, cities and countries, helping them to better use, manage and conserve vital water resources. 
Winner of the ‘Smart Water Management’ Data Challenge 2017. Its solutions; optimize operational water management, ensure optimal water distribution, predict water quality & levels, capitalize on monitoring and control systems, extend the lifetime of critical assets through predictive maintenance, reduce energy consumption. |


Netherlands Water Partnership: Uniting Dutch Water Expertise
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. From water purifi cation to spatial planning, form governance to land reclamation, from small scale solutions to mega structures, the partnership provides a wide range of expertise. The members of the partnership have joined forces to stimulate and offer sustainable water solutions worldwide by working together.
For more information about Dutch water expertise, projects, knowledge, publications and events around the world, please check the website |


Nijhuis Industries
Nijhuis Industries provides an unique portfolio of smart game-changing solutions in sustainable water use and resource recovery combined with our highest level of intelligent innovations to create profit out of waste and (waste)water. We have a broad experience and application know-how within a wide range of industries, designing the most appropriate solutions to reduce, reuse and recover (waste)water meeting today challenges as well as those of the future, as a response towards a CIRCULAR economy in a ‘fluid’ world. |


Leading in biological wastewater and gas treatment.
Paques has over 30 years 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 Haskoning DHV
Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent, international engineering and project management consultancy with over 135 years of experience. We have been active in Vietnam since 1985, combining our impressive 135 years of internationally acquired expertise with strong local knowledge and experience to provide tailored, forward-thinking solutions throughout the country. Our clients include multinational companies, the public and private sectors, and national and local government. |


Van Essen Instruments
Van Essen Instruments is in the business of developing, manufacturing and selling of the Diver groundwater datalogger since 1995. The Diver is a standalone data logger which can monitor groundwater levels, temperature and conductivity depending upon the type and the application. Van Essen Instruments offers advanced technology to manage your groundwater data and information. Optimized decision-making about your water resources requires comprehensive and integrated data storage and visualization. Using years of field experience and technical know-how, our team and our local partners will help you to successfully manage your monitoring projects. |


In the Valorisation Programme Delta Technology & Water (VPdelta), Technical University Delft and regional development company InnovationQuarter work in partnership with various members of the delta cluster. There is plenty of work to do in densely populated delta areas. Complex challenges ask for new, knowledge-intensive solutions. In the VPdelta program more than 200 entrepreneurs, managers, researchers and engineers are constantly working on ways to keep the deltas sustainable, safe and resilient. In the VPdelta program they pool their knowledge and experience to come up with innovative small-scale and affordable products and services which will offer solutions to issues surrounding the planning, management and use of urban deltas in the Netherlands and elsewhere. |


Dutch Water-Agrifood Platform
Effective water management plays a crucial role in economic development. For agriculture production, too much, too little or too dirty water presents immediate risks. In the context of climate change, the timely availability of water of sufficient quality and quantity and efficient use is a prerequisite in meeting the global challenge of food production. The Dutch water-agrifood platform introduces innovative solutions with a value chain approach for the water-agrifood nexus to contribute to sustainable agrifood production. |