Water Recovery and use

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One of the UN’s Sustainable Goals focuses on ensuring availability and sustainable management of water for all. To achieve this, reducing our water footprint by water reuse is of utmost importance. Moreover, wastewaters can actually contain valuable molecules that can be recovered during treatment and used as a resource for the circular economy, further improving the sustainability of water reuse processes.


International water research networks offer solutions for water stress
26 08 2022
To get a sense of the drastic measures to prevent water scarcity across the world, just look at toma...
Biorefine Conference ‘The role of biorefineries in European agriculture’
30 06 2022
On 30th and 31st May, the Biorefine Cluster Europe held the first edition of its Biorefine Conferenc...
Updates from the Run4Life project
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MicroAlgae 4.0 – Microalgae cultivation in a WRRF scheme to improve circularity and risk-based assurance in wastewater treatment using digital tools

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