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Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Buildings and Nuclear Safety (BMUB)

The relevant German ministry for the environmental impact of industrial wastewater treatment is the Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Buildings and Nuclear Safety (BMUB). Within the Ministry, it is the Directorate-General WR (Water Management, Resource Conservation) that is most relevant for all issues concerning industrial wastewater management.

http://www.bmub.bund.de/en/

GreenTech Made in Germany

Web portal and registry for producers of environmental technologies

http://www.greentech-made-in-germany.de/en/

Environmental Technology Atlas for Germany

Comprehensive document showcasing a plethora of innovative green tech firms

http://www.bmub.bund.de/P2903-1/

Federal Environment Agency / Umweltbundesamt (UBA)

The German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) is mandated with the implementation of various legislations, collection and evaluation of data on the state of Germany’s environment and providing information to public.

http://www.umweltbundesamt.de/en

Cleaner Production Germany

Online platform for environmental technology transfer targeted at scientists, engineers, consultants, local government decision makers and other representatives of public authorities.

http://www.cleaner-production.de/index.php/en/

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), seeking to enhance national and international economic development through bi- and multi-lateral partnerships and cooperation agreements.

http://www.bmz.de/en/

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Primary executive agency of the BMZ with a broad range of activities on resource efficiency, technology transfer and cooperation as well as sustainable industrial development that are implemented by GIZ in India.

http://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/368.html

KfW Development Bank / German Investment and Development Company (DEG)

KfW is both a bank and a development institution with financing expertise and projects for emission reductions, climate change adaptation and technology transfer in developing and industrialising countries, financed with a differentiated mix of grants, low-interest loans with long maturities or equity participation.

http://www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de/International-financing/KfW-Entwicklungsbank/

The subsidiary of KfW and partner to private-sector enterprises operating in developing and emerging-market countries, providing long-term financing and advice to actors in the private sector.

http://www.deginvest.de/International-financing/DEG/

India’s Smart City Programme

Programme planning to support 100 Indian cities in the implementation of sustainable urban concepts financially supported by KfW in particular for urban mobility and for water and wastewater management.

http://www.smartcities.gov.in/content/

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)

The key responsibility of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is to foster and maintain an efficient social market economy and enhancing the industry’s innovation capacity, being responsible for a number of affairs related to the promotion of wastewater technologies, such as the formulation of industrial policies, external economic policies and SME policies.

http://www.bmwi.de/Navigation/EN/Home/home.html

iXPOS – The German Business Portal

Platform initiated and funded by BMWi, aiming to increase the entry of German industries into global markets (and vice versa) and guidance regarding the marketisation of (environmental) technologies in domestic and international markets

http://www.ixpos.de/IXPOS/Navigation/EN/your-business-in-germany.html

State Level Support Centres

At the state level, a number of environmental technology support centres leverage the outreach of German manufacturers, offering a broad range of services to companies, business delegations, research institutions and policy makers to foster international collaboration.

German Water Partnership (GWP)

The German Water Partnership (GWP) is a joint initiative of German private and public sectors in the water sector, serving as a network of commercial enterprises, government and non-government organisations, scientific institutions and water-related associations aiming to make German engineering, know-how and experience in the water sector available to partners and clients all over the world.

http://www.germanwaterpartnership.de/index.php?id=4&L=2

 

 
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