Do you want to mean something to the world and speak to reallife assignments in an international setting? Then come on 01-10-2018 at 13.30 pm to the lecture of Maarten Tallat, Project Manager at the CEW and discover the internship opportunities of the CEW!
On average we use approximately 120 litres of drinking water per person per day in the Netherlands. From brewing to toilet by pulling and from doing turning to watering plants. Our water footprint, or all the water we need for the production of our food and other products, is of course even higher. To make all that water clean and suitable for all different purposes, more and more water technologists are needed worldwide. On the Water Campus (inter) national scientists, startups and students are dealing with world water problems every day. Water Campus-partner Wetsus conducts fundamental research, the water Alliance brings companies into contact with each other and the CEW carries out applied research in the field of water technology, together with companies and students of A.O. Environmental science and chemical technology.
At the CEW are continuously varying projects, but one thing they have in common: they are real and come directly from practice. In one project you help glass gardeners to remove plant protection products from residual water, in the other you test the purifying power of a moerasdak or research the savings that can be realised with a rainwater capture .
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