Opportunity to collaborate with Turkish innovators

Selected Turkish companies in the waste water management and solar sectors are visiting the UK from 22-24 May as part of Innovate UK's Newton Fund programme. UK companies can benefit from the programme by:

  • Meeting and discussing potential synergies for joint R&D initiatives and sharing know-how and expertise;
  • Joining a delegation visit to Turkey in Autumn 2019 funded by the Newton Fund 
Read more about this Innovate UK Newton Fund programme, T-DEB, a bilateral programme promoting R&D partnerships between Turkey and the UK:
The visiting companies and their partnering objectives are:

Aquamatch: Industrial water treatment, desalination
  • Sharing knowledge on the future of water treatment technologies. For example, we would like to share our experience with renewable-based water treatment systems.
  • Sharing insights on market expansions. We are active in 34 countries, and still want to discover new market opportunities.
  • Developing a deeper understanding of water treatment sector in the UK and wider Europe.
Arges: Industrial wastewater treatment, sludge drying, membrane modules
  • Low Heat Sludge Dryer: Reduction of heat loss, specification of safety and measuring equipment, overall improvement of the design
  • Solar Sludge Drying: Develop the operating system with additional heat source and incineration of dried sludge to heat a greenhouse, resulting in reduced carbon footprint
  • Improve Membrane Modules 
  • Improve the design of Modular WWTP, especially for IFASS applications
OTTO Technological Cleaning Solutions: Eco-friendly washing technologies, water conservation
  • Know-how on hydrodynamics and manufacturing for development and improvement of our pressure pumps, which currently work at 6-9 bar with 4-6 litres/min water consumption. 
  • Collaborating with cleantech companies that produce eco-friendly cleaning products in liquid form with the aim of developing foams, gels and rinse-less washing materials.
  • Development of unique products that can easily clean metal surfaces without abrasion or leaving residual; testing the machine on site with a range of surfaces. 
Lucida Solar: Renewable energy, solar energy, solar thermal, CSP 
  • Collaborating with existing companies to improve solar CSP technology
  • Developing our current automation system with strategic partners

The complete company profiles and their requirements for collaborative R&D projects are listed here: 

If you would like to participate or know more about this opportunity, please contact by 15th May 2019. 

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