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Water Reuse Europe is the trade association for organisations involved in the European water reuse sector. We offer corporate membership for:

  • Commercial companies and public bodies
  • Research organisations
  • Trade and professional associations
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Welcome to WRE, the industry association for organisations involved in water reuse across Europe.

Water reuse is playing an increasingly important role in the pursuit of sustainable water resources management and there is strong growth in industrial, agricultural, and municipal reuse schemes across Europe.

Our mission is to create a collective identity for the European water reuse sector and promote an innovative and dynamic water reuse industry.

We provide stimulating opportunities for knowledge exchange, advocacy, and education on water reuse.

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News

European Commission proposal for a revised drinking water directive

The European Commission has adopted on 1st February 2018 a proposal for a revised drinking water directive, aimed at improving the quality of drinking water and providing greater access and information to citizens.  Although no specific reference to water reuse is made, the proposal does emphasise helping Europe transition to a circular economy, a welcome inclusion for the water reuse sector.  Read the full proposal here...
Posted Monday 12th of February 2018

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Events

XENOWAC II conference, Limassol, CYPRUS.
Between Wednesday 10th of October 2018 and Friday 12th of October 2018

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Workshop on the “Assessment and Management of Indirect Potable Reuse”, Koblenz, Germany
Between Tuesday 6th of March 2018 and Thursday 8th of March 2018

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International Integrated Water Cycle show
Between Wednesday 15th of November 2017 and Friday 17th of November 2017

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Smart Water Management Symposium
On Thursday 2nd of November 2017

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Water Reuse Europe has been set up with support from the European Commission through the DEMOWARE research project.