The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) has collected data on pollution deep under Dutch ground and is making it open to the public starting this week.
Start-up of the day: Bufferblock can buffer and allow a lot of water to infiltrate and still withstand high pressure
Bufferblock from Rotterdam thinks it has the solution for water problems, especially in areas with high levels of groundwater. Concrete elements just below street level […]
In the countryside of Murcia, Spain, Dutch company Bejo has built two huge basins at the end of a dried up trail of devastating mud […]
Deltae Innovation Solutions B.V in Zundert tries to work with water in a creative way. With an eye on climate change, the focal point is […]
This year, the innovative, Utrecht (The Netherlands) based water company Nelen & Schuurmans will open an office in Taiwan. In cooperation with local companies and […]