Water supply, sewerage and waste managment

Gilles Neveu

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Gilles Neveu, Director for Innovation and Development at OIEau, and an engineer in water chemistry, is in charge of the creation
of new opportunities, in the field of water related training, information management, capacity building and expertise, in France and abroad. These activities are related to elearning, webbased information services, transfer of knowledge from research and others' experiences to practitioners, tools for monitoring water management.

Henri Spanjers

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Henri Spanjers graduated in 1985 from Wageningen University as an Environmental Engineer. He received his doctoral degree in 1993 in Activated Sludge Process Respirometry. He worked at the department of Agricultural, Environmental and Systems Technology of Wageningen University, at the Lund Institute of Technology in Sweden, at the University of Ottawa in Canada, at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Ispra, Italy, and at Ghent University in Belgium and he was project director with Lettinga Associates Foundation in Wageningen.

Prof.dr. Jules vanLier

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Jules van Lier is full professor “Wastewater Treatment / Environmental Engineering” at the Section Sanitary Engineering of Delft University of Technology, with a 0.2 fte posted position at Unesco-IHE. He received both his MSc and PhD from Wageningen University, The Netherlands, and is specialized in Anaerobic Treatment technology. He (co-) published over 130 scientific publications in peer reviewed journals and over 200 publications in conference proceedings and scientific books from 1988 onwards.

Mr Carlos Benítez Sanz

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I am Agricultural Engineer with over 20 years experience. My activity in recent years has focused on water planning under the Water Framework Directive in Spain: Ebro, Andalusian Mediterranean Basin and the Basque Country. I am also involved in supporting works for the European Commission to define the strategy for water scarcity and droughts and ecological flows under various contracts.

Water Engineer Petar Yordanov

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SUMMARY
• Hydraulic modelling and GIS of water distribution and collecting system networks.
• Non-Revenue Water (NRW) reduction strategy development and implementation.
• Master planning of water supply networks.
• European Commission Cohesion Funds Legislation and FIDIC clauses execution on infrastructure projects.
• Waste water treatment technology.

DC Jayasundera

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A Stanford Social Innovation Fellow, and a trained Civil & Environmental Engineer with expertise in International development (WatSan) and social entrepreneurship.

Mr Jonathan Abra

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The Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer is funded by the UK Government's Technology Strategy Board. Knowledge Transfer Networks drive the flow of knowledge within, in and out of specific communities by bringing together diverse organisations and providing activities and initiatives that promote the exchange of knowledge and the stimulation of innovation in these communities.

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