Association of Dutch Water Companies (Vewin)

Vewin, the Association of Dutch Water Companies (Vereniging van drinkwaterbedrijven in Nederland), is the branch organization of the 10 drinking water companies in The Netherlands. Vewin’s most important activity is to represent the common interests of its members in The Hague and Brussels. Vewin is an association with a permanent office in The Hague and an auxiliary branch in Brussels (shared with the Association of Dutch Water Authorities).

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