We shape a vital living environment. Our dedicated professionals provide impactful solutions by combining strong expertise with valuable partnerships.
It's not just a daily job, it's... a living ambition
TAUW is a European consultancy and engineering firm with a strong position in environmental advice and the sustainable development of the living environment. From offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain and Italy, we work with more than 1,200 dedicated employees on a beautiful, clean, safe and sustainable living environment.
Sustainable development is a social and global guiding principle of the 21st century. This means ensuring a self-regenerative long-term, ecological, social and economic structure. As part of a unique and interconnected system, every organisation, whether industrial, governmental, financial, private or public – and each person - may contribute to sustainable development. As environmental consultants, it is our mission to create sustainable solutions. That is why we always take sustainability into account in our services, in our advice, in how we innovate.
Our climate is changing, sea levels are rising, and fresh water is becoming increasingly scarce. Good water management, is therefore, crucial for municipalities, business and industry. TAUW cooperates with a wide variety of partners and parties on water issues. Naturally, our focus is on sustainability and innovative solutions for a safe future environment.
Soil is one of our foundations. For over thirty years, we have been a top player in Europe in the fields of soil pollution and groundwater contamination. Governments, industry, private companies and others see us as a reliable partner that is always looking for sustainable and innovate solutions. Our aim is to unburden our customers by reducing and solving soil liabilities.
Through a sponsorship with the organization Trees for All, TAUW Group plants 2,500 trees in Spain, the Netherlands and Ghana. Jacolien Eijer, director Sustainability at TAUW also actively encourages restoration…
Today the new Green Paper: ‘The urgent necessity of healthy soils’ is launched. With this paper Margot de Cleen (Senior Advisor Soil and Water Policy at the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management)…