Innovative Dutch anaerobic wastewater treatment technologies have been rolled out and are used worldwide. In October 2020 we organisied a succesful webinar on projects in the Middle East and North Africa. In this follow-up webinar on 19 May 2021 we focused on projects in Southeast Asia and West Africa.

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Webinar 'Best Practices in International Anaerobic Treatment Projects #2'

Wednesday 19 May 2021 | online | 12:45-14:15 hrs (NL-time)

PROGRAM and download presentations

12:45   Time to call in
12:55   Introduction - by Carl Schultz (Chairman TACE)
13:00   Kahoot quiz
13:15   Experiences and projects in South East Asia - by Michel Otten (Veolia-Biothane Asia Pacific)
13:30   Questions and Answers
13:45   Experiences and projects in West Africa - by Aart van den Beukel (Safisana)
14:00   Questions and Answers
14:15   Closing
     

VIDEO of the webinar

In October 2020, we shared experiences on general Anaerobic Treatment policy, and on projects in the Middle East and North Africa; see here for the presentations.

Organisation
KNW Themagroep Anaerobie voor een Circulaire Economie (TACE) and KNW Themagroep Internationale Samenwerking

Project in China and reactor under construction in Pakistan
(pictures: Michel Otten)

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BACKGROUND

Innovative Dutch anaerobic wastewater treatment technologies have been rolled out and are used worldwide. In this webinar and the upcoming face-to-face symposium later this year, we will cover technical and non-technical aspects for implementation of anaerobic technologies: national policy, Dutch organizations abroad, and examples in practice. The aim of the sessions is not only to show the positive sides and highlights of international projects, but also to discuss the encountered constraints and cultural differences, and how to deal with those, between collaborating parties during the project.

With these sessions we would like to make the audience more aware of often unexpected project dynamics in an international setting, to be more successful in international anaerobic treatment projects.