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IWRM South Africa
The integrated water resource management (IWRM) promotes the coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources. Its objective is to maximize the economic and social welfare fairly and in respect of the sustainability of vital ecosystems.
The WAYS project is currently one of the most extensive Chinese-German collaborative water management projects. The overall objective of the project aims to provide a much needed improvement of water management and to the condition of water when disposed of throughout China.
The continued strong economic growth in Vietnam increases the demand on appropriate sites for industrial parks. Currently, there are more than 200 industrial zones (IZ) registered, the majority of which do not have sustainable waste water treatment. To cover the demand for the adoption of a waste water solution for these IZ, a flagship project will be implemented at Tra Noc IZ in Can Tho City.
SEMIZENTRAL is an approach to the infrastructure for future cities. Urban districts are provided with a flexible integrative infrastructure system for water, wastewater, and waste, adaptable to their respective needs. The STC Qingdao is the first plant worldwide following the semicentralized, integrated infrastructure approach.
develoPPP-Project - LAR - Water Monitoring - Uzbekistan
In 2014 the internationally organized project was launched in Uzbekistan. The project's main objective is the optimization of existing analysis and monitoring systems, to ensure high quality of drinking water and water for domestic use.
Odra-Vistula Flood Management Project
The project located in Poland, aims to mitigate the impacts of floods on industrial and agricultural output. Therefore, several monitoring stations will be installed to extend the existing monitoring system and to collect water quality data.