We strive to increase coordination and collaboration, to enhance the performance of the water service providers, water users, and technology providers, in a sustainable and inclusive way, and to contribute to solving water-related global challenges.
We envision a Water-Smart Society, in which the true value of water is recognised and realised, and all available water sources are managed in such a way that water scarcity and pollution of water are avoided.
Our Water Europe core values revolve around the concepts of connection, leadership and result-orientation, cultivating a culture within the water sector distinguished for its collaborative, innovative and influential spirit.
We are here to foster collaborative initiatives within cross industry sectors; create an enabling environment for water related RTD (projects) and innovation, and pro-actively raise the importance of the water sector.
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Services to members are at the heart of WE. Our services are organised in three key services areas
WE Advocacy Programme
Our Advocacy programme is here to raise the awareness of the value of water for our society and to ensure that all the drivers for an innovative and progressive water policy are put in place, with water receiving the proper attention in the European funding programmes.
WE Collaboration Programme
Networking, knowledge sharing, experience exchange, and collaborative activities are essential to address common challenges, develop new solutions and shape successful project consortia. Our Collaboration programme at Water Europe is all about making this happen.
WE Market Programme
Water Europe embraces all the dimensions of innovation through our Market Programme that facilitates our members research results and innovative solutions in Europe and beyond.
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