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VOLATILE aims in the development of an innovative Volatile Fatty Acids Platform for the bioconversion of municipal solid bio-waste fraction and sludgy biowaste from other industries. The platform will be integrated in anaerobic digestion. The volatile fatty acids will be recovered continuously using sophisticated membrane technology and will be provided as feedstock / carbon source for value added ...
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... stewater-related directives in practice. TreatRec, with the participationof two academic partners (ICRA-Catalan Institute for Water Research and University of Girona) and two non-academic (ATKINS and AQUAFIN) identifies several pertinent technological gaps and knowledge needs around which we have built a research programme. TreatRec involves equally academia and industry with a clear aim of produc ...
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Reuse of water, Recovery of valuables and Resource efficiency in urban wastewater treatmentThe main objective of the project is to demonstrate solutions that support the transition from a treatment plant for urban wastewater to a production unit of different valuables.So far waste water treatment plants are usually regarded as facilities to avoid emissions from wastewater. Current research and dev ...
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Sustainable and integrated urban water system management (SANITAS)

Start date: Nov 1, 2011, End date: Oct 31, 2015,

SANITAS will create the next generation of integrated Urban Water System (UWS) management professionals by providing a unique Europe–wide training platform in the technical and complementary skills they will require. This is needed since in the near future climate change will bring dramatic regional variations in excessive surplus and deficiency in water supply and unpredictable variations in wate ...
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The projects aim is to obtain fine-scale rainfall and flood data at the urban scale: a level of detail at which such information is currently lacking. The availability of fine-scale rainfall and flood data will enable urban water authorities to adequately cope with peak rainfall and will help to prevent the severe pluvial flood damage that in the past decades has been associated with these events. ...
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Innovative Energy Recovery Strategies in the urban water cycle (INNERS)

Start date: Mar 31, 2010, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

Currently. a transition is taking place in Europe towards an increasing awareness of the effects of our behavior on the environment. Instead of using fossil fuels. the focus slowly shifts towards minimizing energy consumption or using renewable sources of energy with the purpose to reduce carbon emissions. There is an enormous amount of energy within the urban water cycle that is ignored and l ...
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"MINOTAURUS will deliver innovative bio-processes (bioaugmentation, enzyme technology, rhizoremediation with halophytes, and bioelectrochemical remediation), which are all based on the concept of IMMOBILIZATION OF BIOCATALYSTS (microorganisms and enzymes), to eliminate emerging and classic organic pollutants. The immobilization-based technologies will be applied to engineered (ex-situ) and natural ...
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Bringing the OpenMI-Life (OpenMI-LIFE)

Start date: Oct 1, 2006, End date: Jan 31, 2010,

Background The project's rationale lies in the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), which demands an integrated approach to water management. This requires an ability to predict the way catchment processes will interact. In most contexts, it is not feasible to build a single predictive model that adequately represents all the processes; therefore, there is ...
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