Industrial water compendium India & MENA 

As a part of a project funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU) GWP is preparing a compendium on industrial water in India and the MENA countries Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Jordan.

Project background and objective 

  • Description of the challenges of various industrial sectors in the MENA region and India
  • Presentation of German solutions (best practice examples)
  • Guide for business managers and other decision-makers in the regions

In order to make environmental technologies “made in Germany” globally accessible, a compendium on industrial wastewater treatment is being compiled. This compendium is intended to provide decision-makers in the wastewater sector in the MENA region and India with a guide to help them implement effective and sustainable strategies and technologies. The compendium thus offers a thematic overview of sustainable solutions in the field of industrial water treatment, concrete examples of the possible applications of sustainable (German) technologies and the experienced view of practitioners in adapting and applying the technologies on site.

The project is part of the global project of the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to support the BMU’s Environmental Technologies Export Initiative.


Editing of content: 

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