The dimension of the first implementation actions of the Water JPI include Israel, Norway, the Republic of Moldova, South Africa, Tunisia and Turkey (Water JPI members), as well as eight additional countries associated in joint actions, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Lithuania, Morocco, Slovakia and Taiwan.
Graduates for Climate Change adapted water management
The DigiwatRO project will increase the effectiveness in the water sector by enhancing the use of digital tools in utilities facilitated by the enhanced digital competence in graduate education.
Romania’s investment needs to comply with the EU''s Drinking Water Directive (DWD) and the Urban Wastewater Directive (UWWD) by 2030...
Intelligent nanofiltration membrane systems for natural organic matter removal in water treatment
The main goals of the project are:
Develop intelligent membrane technology (IntelMEM) that can effectively remove natural organic matter from surface water, while at the same time ensuring microbiological safety and compliance with...
The overall idea of the PATCHER project is to protect the aquatic ecosystem and human health from micropollutants by preventing their release into the environment at the source – wastewater treatment effluents.
The main subject-specific goal of AECo is advancing electrocoagulation process for water and wastewater treatment to the level of analytical and experimental proof of concept.
The overall goal of the NANOWATER project is to develop an innovative and affordable concept for surveillance and management of emerging micropollutants in water using nanotechnologies.
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