Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies
The Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies (CEEES) was created as a co-operative international organization for information exchange regarding environmental engineering between the various European societies in this field.
The CEEES maintains an online public discussion forum for the interchange of information.
As of 2006, these were the members societies of the CEEES:
Austria: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (ÖGUS)
Belgium: Belgian Society of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering (BSMEE)
Czech Republic: National Association of Czech Environmental Engineers (NACEI)
Finland: Finnish Society of Environmental Engineering (KOTEL)
France: Association pour le Développement des Sciences et Techniques de l'Environnement (ASTE)
Germany: Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (GUS)
Italy: Associazione Italia Tecnici Prove Ambientali (AITPA)
Netherlands: PLatform Omgevings Technologie (PLOT)
Sweden: Swedish Environmental Engineering Society (SEES)
Switzerland: Swiss Society for Environmental Engineering (SSEE)
United Kingdom: Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE)
Each member society successively holds the presidency and the secretariat for a period of two years.
Technical Advisory Boards
The CEEES has three major Technical Advisory Boards:
Mechanical Environments: The aim of this board is to advance methodologies and technologies for quantifying, describing and simulating mechanical environmental conditions experienced by mechanical equipment during its useful life.
Climatic and Atmospheric Pollution Effects: The aim of this board is the study of the climatic and atmospheric pollution effects on materials and mechanical equipment.
Reliability and Environmental Stress Screening: The aim of this board is the study how the environmental effects the reliability of equipment.
European Environment Agency
Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment (Netherlands)