Network for Environmental Technology Transfer (NETT)
Réseau de transfert de technologies environnementales
1988, by European Commission (EC), as an independent association. Also referred to as European Network for Environmental Technology Transfer. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. No recent activity reported since 1992.
Promote the selling of services, technologies, equipment and products in the environment market; disseminate environmental information aimed at increasing competitiveness of businesses; promote cooperation between industrial enterprises and users in the field of environmental technologies.Available with paid subscription only.
Supplies information on markets, the technical options open to industry, current or prospective environmental standards and regulations, existing programmes of support, financial and technical support by the European Community and national governments. Organizes annual conferences.
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Members in 27 countries
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