Our partners

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Research partners

Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia’s oldest and largest institution of higher education. A public research university, comprising 18 faculties, 27 research centres, 55,000 students and 2,500 faculty members.

University of Technology Eindhoven

Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
A leading European research university. Ranked by the EU Commission at third place among all European research universities. TU/e successfully applied for a research grant from the Dutch government to support our project.

National University of Singapore

National University of Singapore
Leading University in Singapore. Its Centre for Water Research conducts R&D on water and wastewater engineering for water infrastructure needs in Singapore and the region.

Industry partners

Loola Adventure Resort, Bintan Island

LooLa Adventure Group
World’s most highly decorated eco resort. Offers a wide range of adventure and community-based/CSR activities. Located on Bintan Island (Indonesia), LooLa has built around 150 SWGs, inspiring our other partners to join.

BCSD Singapore

Business Council for Sustainable Development Singapore
Business association of forward-thinking companies that aims at creating a sustainable future for business, society, and the environment. Registered non-profit organization.

Musim Mas

Musim Mas Group
A major palm oil company at the forefront of the palm sustainability push, Musim Mas works with us to identify and design the ideal SWG for plantation communities.

Borouge

Borouge
One of the world’s largest plastic producers, committed to demonstrating that plastic can be a force for good. Part of Borealis Group, Borouge helps us develop the SWG plastic components.

AS-Schneider Group

AS-Schneider Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd.
German based world-leading manufacturer of instrumentation valves and manifolds. It develops cutting edge sealing technology that reduces valve emission rates.

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