Water Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform (WssTP) representative


Antonio Loporto

WssTP (Water supply and sanitation Technology Platform) aims to develop an effective collaboration between the different communities working in the water sector: industrialists, research groups, policy makers, financiers, water consumers.

WssTP was initiated by the European Commission in 2004 to promote coordination and collaboration of Research and Technology Development in the water industry. WSSTP has 70 members and 210 contributors from Industries, Academics, Research, Policy Makers and Water Utilities. WssTP is led by industries in collaboration with academics, research organisations and water users to improve efficiency and financial opportunities in the sector.

WssTP is recognized by the European Commission and National governments as the reference in Research & Technology water sector. 

WssTP works with National Representatives through the Mirror State Members Groups including government representatives from 27 European countries. WssTP has a strong network of Members and contributors involved in its activities including the delivering of research strategic vision and the production of evidenced based reports identifying future research needs. From Fundamental Research to implementation, WssTP is proactive in identifying future challenges.

WssTP 's representative in the StAB is Antonio Loporto.