Six research tasks were developed under the overarching theme of reclaiming energy, water, and nutrients from wastewater
As a contributor of BetterWorldSolutions told us: “I don’t yet see evidence of implementing innovatory solutions in the waste water sector. But this is where most action is needed – to produce quality renewable water and energy from sludge disposal, as ell as treating waste water before discharge – especially in water-stressed countries where the need is greatest.”
This is what’s happening with waste water. Read More
Worldwide, especially in emerging countries, the demand for water is increasing. The Netherlands is a water knowledge country. Their knowledge can help water managers around the world, facing future problems.
The Netherlands promotes a number of promising technologies that can help the world. The Netherlands became all this knowledge because the country is known as the waste pit of Europe. The water of the river Rhine for example, has been used several times by the Germans by the time the Dutch want to use it. Good clean water is essential. Read More
The Aquapolo project was initiated to address new government regulations to restrict industrial use of potable water in São Paulo.
Aquapolo will supply the Capuava Petrochemical Complex of Mauá, located in São Paulo’s ABC region, thereby conserving enough drinking water to continuously supply a population of 300,000 people. Read More