In order to prepare for next April's Accra Water Forum, Zoltán Horváth had met with local partners in the capital of Ghana.
HWP has been cooperating with its partner in Hanoi, the Vietnam Water Supply and Sewerage Association, for many years. It was time to renew the trilateral agreement, which includes the Hungarian Water Association too and to set up a work plan.
The board game "Pipe it up, Ghana", developed by the Pureco Group, a member company of the HWP, was officially launched in Accra in the participation of the Ghanaian Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources and the Ghanaian Ministry of Education, the Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies and the Embassy of Hungary in Ghana.
We are proud to announce that Silex Water Technologies Kft. has signed the service agreement on October 11 with the management company of the Hungarian Water Partnership, thus becoming the 19th member of the platform.
President of the HWP, Dr Károly Kovács was elected chairman of the circular water management working group of the Circular Economy Technology Platform. Our member companies participate in the organization's work.
HWP has been participating in the water resources research work of the Asia-Europe Meeting - ASEM, for several years. Based on our concept paper, the 5th Seminar on Urban Water Management will take place between November 17-18.
Water management is an integral part of the issue of urban sustainability, which is why the president of the HWP participated in the event as a speaker, and we will continue our cooperation with the Sustainable Cities Project.
In Cyprus, there is a need for more water-savvy irrigation, network water loss reduction, new water recycling technologies, treatment of water in reservoirs and tertiary water treatment options among others. HWP member companies can provide solutions for these tasks.
Dr. Károly Kovács, president of the HWP, presented at the Economy Days during the Hungarian-African Week in Budapest
HWP’s President, Dr. Károly Kovács gave a presentation to our sub-Saharan ambassadors, while co-president Róbert Forintos and representatives of six member companies met with the Hungarian heads of missions posted to the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf states.
HWP is growing: DMRV Zrt. signed the accession document
National Assembly (NA) Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue as part of his official visit to Hungary on June 28 received important leaders of Hungarian enterprises which are operating in Vietnam in an exclusive meeting in Budapest.
We are pleased that on June 20, MOM Zrt., a company with a century and a half history, also joined HWP
The purpose of the cooperation is to put the professional competences of HWP at the service of PontVelem Nonprofit Kft.'s annual Sustainability Theme Week.
The president of HWP, who previously held the position of president of the European Water Association (EWA), was elected a permanent honorary member at the association's council meeting in May.
It’s Friday evening and IFAT had closed its gates in Munich. The noise faded away in the giant halls of Messe München which are empty now. Well, it was definitely a busy, exciting, but also very succesful week for Hungarian Water Partnership (HWP) and its exhibiting member companies, UTB Envirotec, Inwatech (both as co-exhibitors of the HWP), Waterscope, Pureco and Puraset in Munich.
Hungarian Water Partnership represents its 16 member companies at this prestigious international trade fair that lasts for a week.
Initiated by the HWP, a tripartite cooperation has been established within the Hungarian-Ghanaian water industry cooperation framework to provide professional assistance to the Ghana Water Company Ltd.
The HWP's management, representatives of both its member companies and its strategic partners have met in person for the first time after Covid restrictions.
The cooperation agreement signed in April facilitates HWP’s member companies and the individual waterworks falling under Nemzeti Vízművek Zrt. to join efforts on foreign markets.
HWP and five of its members are going to participate in one of the most prestigious trade fairs in Europe.
Károly Kovács, President of HWP, attended a panel discussion of the International Water Business Forum during the Dubai 2020 World Exhibition.
The president of the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office, Mr Gyula Pomázi visited HWP on 3 February. He was the guest of the HWP Forum, the regular virtual club organized for the HWP member companies. In his presentation titled "Intellectual property, the oil of the XXI. century (?)" Mr Pomázi argued for smarter protection of intellectual property by Hungarian SMEs, in particular when doing business abroad.
There will be more than 2,500 exhibitors from 50 countries and now all exhibition halls and the outdoor area occupied for the May IFAT at Messe Munnich. The booth No. 112 of the Hungarian Water Partnership will be located in hall A2, which hosts the Water Section. The organisers predict a successful trade fair and HWP shares their optimism.
President János Áder visited our member company’s plant in operation, which treats the wastewater of Kumasi, the second largest city in the country thoroughly.
During his official trip to Ghana in January, János Áder, Presdient of Hungary visited the Kumasi wastewater treatment plant, built by an HWP member company, Pureco. At the site, in the presence of the head of state, Miss Csilla Kopornyik, CEO of an another member company, Puraset, donated a PurAID drinking water treatment equipment to the CEO of the Jospong Group.
Organized by the Hungarian Water Partnership and with the participation of interested member companies, successful meetings were held with 14 foreign government delegations and business partners from 4 continents during the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo. Furthermore, on the margins of the exhibition, HWP organized a workshop, where 9 members presented their sustainable and innovative solutions to businessmen from Africa and Asia.
During the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo, Water&Soil Kft. had joined HWP. The new Hungarian-owned member company is famous for its organic soil-conditioning product, the „Water Retainer®”.
HWP's network of domestic partner organizations was further expanded after a cooperation agreement was signed with the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry during the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo. According to the document, the parties will jointly support the export of Hungarian water industry products and solutions.
On November 23, 2021 the President of the Hungarian Water Partnership gave a presentation at the international webinar on landfills (APLAS) organized by the Environmental Engineering Association of Thailand (EEAT).
The international development project was implemented with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary and the assistance of WHO.
Respecting sustainability and exploiting the value of tap water, our new member’s product, Floewater provides unpackaged premium quality drinking water.
Innovative and sustainable Hungarian water industry knowledge was successfully presented to Vietnamese professionals, officials and businessmen during a webinar, arranged by the HWP in cooperation with the Consulate General of Hungary in Ho Chi Minh City.
Participation in the roundtable discussion of Turkic Chamber of Commerce and Industry provided an excellent opportunity to present the activities of the HWP to the representatives of Central Asian, Azeri and Turkish companies.
President János Áder discussed the activities of Hungarian water management companies at home and abroad with Bálint Horváth, the CEO of Pureco, a Hungarian-owned company installing water purifying systems in African countries.
Come and visit our booth at the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo and Summit this autumn!
Smart water network management and Non Revenue Water loss reduction in Pristina, Kosovo.
HWP and its member companies, Pureco Ltd. and Puraset Ltd. attended Watrex Expo, the leading trade fair for waste water & water treatment technologies in Cairo, Egypt. HWP also hosted a workshop about best practices of the Hungarian water industry.
Two years ago, Pureco-Unit Consortium started its first major investment in Africa in the city of Kumasi, Ghana. A unique solution for the treatment of the city's untreated wastewater was designed and built under the name Septopure technology.
HWP partner WaterScope Wien Danube measuring project: S2N Smart Buoy on the backwater of the Danube!
HWP performed well at one of the most important environmental trade fairs in Central and Eastern Europe.
Key HWP officials in senior positions and the organization is a member of important foreign trade bodies in the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The preparation of two additional Hungarian wastewater treatment projects in the West African country has been completed.
On 8 January, HWP signed a cooperation agreement with the CED Central European Economic Development Network.
The Hungarian Water Partnership successfully presented itself at the National Conference on Water Value and Digital Water Management, which took place on 2-3 December 2020.
The 4th International Webinar on Urban Water Management, organized by ASEM Water and co-organized by HWP took place on 26-27 November 2020.
Mr Károly Kovács, President of HWP, has been selected by the European Commission as a member of the EU Platform on Sustainable Finance for the European Water Association.
The Hungarian Water Partnership welcomes its new members, Waterscope Zrt., Continest Technologies Zrt. and Inwatech Környezetvédelmi Kft.
HWP signed the Memorandum of Understanding with the Water Partners Cambodia. The Hungarian Water Partnership's bilateral professional relations with Asia are expected to strengthen from the agreement the parties signed in early June 2020.
Strengthening our online engagement we represented our organisation at the TAITRA conference. The event took place on youtube platform on 27 May with about 150 participants.
By taking advantage of the opportunity of cyberspace the Hungarian Water Partnership held its online business forum with the aim of strengthening the professional potential of the partnership.
Africa is waiting for us! We are exhibiting on Watrex Expo, the leading trade fair for water and wastewater treatment technologies. The event will be organised between 22-24 March in Cairo, Egypt.
Our participation is based on the successful cooperation between the Hungarian Export Promotion Agency.
We represented the Hungarian water-related knowledge and experience in the leading trade event on water in Vietnam
We are linking partners who respect water at Budapest Water Summit Digital and Nature-based Sustainable Solutions Expo.