Caecilia Terloh, Director of Environmental Services, attends the German-Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce Water and Waste Water Conference.

20 Mar 2018

Caecilia Terloh, Director of Environmental Services, attends the German-Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce Water and Waste Water Conference.

Last week, CLS’ Director of Environmental Services , attended the German-Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce Water and Waste Water Conference. This was arranged with  the support of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.

Caecilia Terloh, Director of Environmental Services

This conference brought together German and Irish experts from this industry as well as German and Irish companies trading in this field and was an opportunity to gain insights in current developments as well as to do networking with innovative German and Irish companies.

Eight German Companies in the area of water and waste water attended the conference and provided an opportuntiy for CLS and other Irish companies to get connected with top-quality manufacturers of “Made in Germany” technologies, as well as to gain first valuable contacts in the German water and wastewater market.

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