The international company Klarwin announces the signing of the partnership with the Romanian Association for Smart City, joining the over 260 institutions, companies, universities and NGO’s that support the country’s development. Through this collaboration, Klarwin wants to respond with sustainable solutions to some of the challenges facing Romanian communities: the need to increase air and water quality, and ensure integrated and efficient waste management, according to Business-Review.eu.
“We need a country that is smart, in which communities respond to challenges in a way adapted to the century we live in, where the monitoring of public water and sanitation services is done digitally and students breathe fresh air in schools. The partnership with Smart City comes naturally, finding us in the organizational culture and in the climate of values promoted by them. We are happy when good people come together and we are confident that Klarwin’s participation in this project will bring significant gains to local communities and that together we will set the tone for a new model of smart city governance,” said Adrian Dobre, founder and CEO of Klarwin.