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TRUST has come to an end

“The continuing challenge that I see is engaging urban water utilities to use the tools and technologies that will help them face future challenges, such as climate change and population growth. Programs like TRUST reflect a significant investment by the European Commission and the greatest payback will be when urban water utilities, using these tools, are successful in meeting these challenges...

Train4TRUST in Reggio Emilia

At the end of April, a Train4TRUST event took place in Reggio Emilia, Italy. It was directed at the technical staff of the IREN group and took place in the East Reggio water treatment plant and pumping station (Centrale Idrica Reggio Est).   The first day was dedicated to technicians of the water utility and focused on hands on training on selected models and topics, while the second day...

Successful IAM/TRUST training course in Uganda

The Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers (UIPE) invited TRUST scientist and senior research officer of the National Civil Engineering Laboratory of Portugal, Helena Alegre, to give a training course on Infrastructure Asset Management (IAM) in April.   Strategic asset management is needed to address current challenges, such as aging infrastructures and growing demand for improvement...

The Maputo TRUST workshop

A TRUST training workshop on infrastructure asset management was held in Maputo, Mozambique, between the 25th and 27th of February. The workshop was given by the two Portuguese TRUST partners, Águas de Portugal and LNEC (the Portuguese National Laboratory of Civil Engineering). The initiative also benefited from the collaboration of AQUATEC (The AdP Subsidiary Mozambican consulting company in...

Successful TRUST / AWARE-P Workshop in Hamburg

On the way to sustainable urban water services of tomorrow, a fruitful Train4TRUST training event on the TRUST / AWARE-P software was successfully hosted by HAMBURG WASSER, on the 13th of February 2015. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Helena Alegre (LNEC) and Dr. Hans-Joachim Mälzer (IWW) asset managers from HAMBURG WASSER, WATERNET (Amsterdam) and VEOLIA APANOVA (Bucharest) had the opportunity to...