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TTZ Bremerhaven

(Verein zur Förderung des Technologietransfers an der Hochschule
Bremerhaven e. V.)

TTZ Bremerhaven is a private non-profit organisation established in Bremerhaven (Northern Germany) specialized in the fields of environment technology, biomass production, conversion and use, waste and wastewater management and energy efficiency. It is an innovative provider of technology transfer services and conducts customer-oriented training, research and development activities. TTZ has an extensive experience in European and International projects, as it has participated in more than 140 projects under the 6th and 7th Framework Program, either as co-coordinator or as key partner. In the field of waste management, TTZ carries out applied research and is involved in several European projects dealing with waste and wastewater management, sustainable biomass and biogas production and use, such as NETSSAF, AGROBIOGAS or ISSOWAMA.


Main role in the project

TTZ acts as the general and financial project coordinator of IWWA and is the leading organisation of WP3. TTZ will provide support in the evaluation of SWM practices and technologies in the target countries, as well as in selection of best practices in European and non OECD countries. It will collaborate in the identification of technical requirements for the implementation of ISWM systems, in the elaboration of the guidelines for the selection and implementation of adapted ISWM systems and will play an important role in the training and dissemination activities.




Mrs. Kristina Krasteva



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+49 471 4832 202


+49 471 4832 129

Web address


Fischkai 1

27572 Bremerhaven/Germany



The IWWA Final meeting will take place on 14th-15th of May, 2012 in Accra, Ghana. More details will be available soon.


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