BlueTech Research and WEF sign MoU
BlueTech Research and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance collaboration and advance water industry technologies.
The agreement will see knowledge development and information sharing through a number of initiatives, including a visiting scientist fellowship program that will allow BlueTech water technology market analysts work closely with WEF team members on joint initiatives.
BlueTech’s experience in market analysis, combined with its collaboration with technology initiatives – such as WEF’s Intensification of Resource Recovery (IR2) Forum, or WEF and the Water Environment and Reuse Foundation’s Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) – will help bring new water technologies to the field.
“BlueTech has a long history of working closely with the WEF and I am delighted to be able to strengthen this relationship with a formal MoU relating to the visiting fellowship program,” said BlueTech Research Chief Executive Paul O’Callaghan.
“There are many synergies in our expertise and the goals we share for the global water industry.
“Collaboration between BlueTech and WEF on initiatives such as LIFT link and the IR2 Forum will enhance analysis of the data and intelligence provided to all stakeholders.
“We will also be using our data analytics capability to identify key industry trends by analysing conference papers and proceedings.
“We may also identify opportunities to collaborate on specific technical projects that will advance the missions of both organisations.”
For more information visit the BlueTech website.
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