Every 15 days, EWJI will reserve the Tuesday afternoons to offer educational sessions (around one hour), live broadcast and hosted online, on specific topics related to the activities of the industry.
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The next edition of the EWJI Annual Convention will be celebrated from 20 to 21 May 2021 in Stockholm (Sweden), one of the emerging areas for the water jetting industry.
From the second half of 2020, one of the strategies to be developed by the EWJI Board of Directors is to boost the working groups and present deliverables that are useful both to its members and to professionals in the water jetting industry.
The Australasian High Pressure Water Jetting Association (AUSJET) has been invited to participate in the EWJI Yearbook 2020 to share the work of their association and their vision for the industry.
Dow is a chemical manufacturer that combines one of the broadest technology sets in the industry with asset integration, focused innovation and global scale to achieve profitable growth and become the most innovative, customer centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company.
The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) has launched an analytical report in order to better understand, through national case studies, some of the main causes of late payment, and how policies and instruments are tackling this issue.
DIRV, the German Industrial Cleaning Association, explains in its pages in the EWJI Yearbook 2020 the goals and activities of the association to contribute to the evolution of the industry.
MVT is a Swiss company with many decades of experience in the manufacture of nozzles.
The yearbook, which is expected to be launched in the autumn of this year, is supported by leading companies in the sector, as SPIR STAR, WOMA, TST and TUBETECH.
Practical information, references and public statement from EWJI.
European Construction Sector Observatory (ESCO) publishes its report on skills development in the EU construction sector, which states that the sector will need 1 million new and replacement workers by 2025.
Get one of the best places in the EWJI Yearbook 2020 (interior double A4 and back A4) and increase the visibility of your brand in the upcoming publication.
The aim of this special publication is to promote the best practice, new methods and challenges for this guild, as well as to highlight the different applications of the water jetting in multiple sectors.
According to the report “A Green Recovery Stimulus for a Post-COVID-19 Europe” published by the Jacques Delors Institute, avoiding waste through reuse, repair and remanufacturing offers significant economic stimulus and job creation potential with major environmental benefits.
Given the current situation, created by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), from the European Water Jetting Institute, EWJI, we are implementing a series of initiatives to continue developing the diffusion activity of the association.