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Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI)

based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) regulates public water supplies in England and Wales. DWI is responsible for assessing the quality of drinking water in England and Wales, taking enforcement action if standards are not being met, and appropriate action when water is unfit for human consumption.

Safe Drinking Water Foundation (SDWF)

based in Saskatoon, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA)

SDWF is a registered charitable organization. Its primary purpose is to find treatment and preventative solutions to make surface and ground water safe for human consumption in rural areas of the world. Most efforts in the drinking water field have been dedicated to large systems serving towns and cities, with few resources placed on small systems, despite the fact that ...

American Water

based in Voorhees, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater services provider. American Water has both regulated state subsidiaries and market-based businesses, serving approximately 15 million people in more than 30 states and parts of Canada. American Water has a successful track record of public-private partnerships and offers ...

Water UK

based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

Water UK represents all UK water and wastewater service suppliers at national and European level. We provide a positive framework for the water industry to engage with government, regulators, stakeholder organisations and the public.

Water Maxim

based in Dorset, UNITED KINGDOM

A water management consultancy, Water Maxim was formed to address the growing demand for a broad range of water and sewerage design and management services. The services are rendered to meet the increasingly challenging requirements of drinking water standards, other water related legislation and the ever changing codes govering the provision of water supplies and sewage ...

Walkerton Clean Water Centre

based in Walkerton, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Walkerton Clean Water Centre is a world-class institute dedicated to ensuring that training and education about drinking water quality is available and accessible to owners and operators of Ontario`s drinking water systems, especially to those serving small and remote communities. Established in 2004, the Centre features a state-of-the-art technology demonstration ...

Aquifer Water Guard (AWG)

based in Brantford, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Aquifer Water Guard (AWG) is a business that was and is established to meet the demands of the Ministry of Environment`s Regulation 170/03 and Regulations 318/08 and 319/08 as they apply to Municipal and privately owned and publicly accessed establishments. We also offer to the private residence a water treatment system that offers peace of mind and reliability of clean ...

Norwegian Water

based in HAMAR, NORWAY

Norwegian Water BA (In Norwegian: Norsk Vann BA) is a national association of water and wastewater works. In Norway these works are mainly owned and operated by the municipalities, some are inter-municipal companies. The ambition is to organize cooperation between the Water and Wastewater Works in technical, economical and administrative matters and attend the joint ...

Veolia Water

based in Paris, FRANCE

Veolia Water, the water division of Veolia Environnement, is the leading operating company for water services in the world. Specializing in the outsourced management of water services for municipal or industrial clients, it is the world leader in engineering, design and execution of construction projects for turnkey facilities and water treatment plants. The company also ...

Danish Water and Waste Water Association (DANVA)

based in Skanderborg, DENMARK

Danish Water and Waste Water Association (DANVA) is a national association of water and waste water utilities. DANVA is a non-profit organization funded by the members, who are utilities, municipalities, consultants, contractors and personal members. The members are responsible for 85 per cent of the Danish drinking water supply and for the collection and treatment of ...

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