Water Technology Center
Scientific Partner for Water Utilities, Governmental Bodies and Offices
Artificial sweeteners in the water cycle
Artificial sweeteners are used as sugar substitutes in numerous beverages and foodstuffs. Their properties are thoroughly investigated and the consumption of these substances was proved to be safe. Due to their application they might be introduced into the water cycle predominantly through sewage treatment plants, and therefore, serve as ideal tracers for municipal waste water.Read more >>>
TZW News Issue 1 September 2012
Consequences of water availability, water quality, waste water, water treatment etc. usually occur first on a local level. But strategies for solutions of many water issues often need a broader, international or even global approach. Additionally, sharing experiences and learning from each other means boosting the successful implementation of local solutions.
DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser (TZW) – The German Water Centre – gained experiences by comprehensive research activities and practical consultation on projects from resource protection via water abstraction, treatment and distribution up to consumers’ tap. Because we want to share this knowledge with our international colleagues we herewith start our new series of international newsletters in which some selected focus areas are introduced. Please do not hesitate to contact us if further details are needed.
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Innovation Award of the Technology Region Karlsruhe – NEO 2012
The innovation award NEO 2012 founded by the Technologieregion Karlsruhe was given to the company UNISENSOR GmbH on 21st November, 2012 for the development of the on-line analysis system ORGANOTRACE 100. The basics for this system were developed together with DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser (TZW) – The German Water Centre - within the framework of a ZIM project. Read more >>>