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Register now for two major dissemination events

EU Water Innovation Conference 2019

December 11-12, 2019, Zaragoza, Spain

Water and the Circular Economy in the Industry

Side meeting – December 11th, 10:00 – 18:00

Given the growing demand for water in industry and the uncertainty about the availability of water due to climate change, the process industry is forced to manage the water cycle sustainably. The meeting will focus on the industrial challenges of water efficiency and innovative strategies to resilience to the risk of water scarcity. Case studies and exploitable results achieved during EU and national projects will be presented, with a particular focus on the pulp and paper and steel sectors. Environmental impact assessments and exploitation strategies for the use of water reuse technologies will be discussed.

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Attendees must register (free of charge) on the following link*: EU Water Innovation Conference 2019

 

 

Joint SPOTVIEW and INSPIREWATER conference

Final Workshop presenting the results of the two H2020-SPIRE Projects on water and ressource efficiency in process industries
25-26 March 2020. Brussels, Belgium.

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an industrial partnership to improve water efficiency!

The objective of the SpotView Project is to develop and demonstrate innovative, sustainable and efficient processes and technology components, in order to optimize the use of natural resources, especially water, in three industrial sectors (Dairy, Pulp and Paper and Steel).

Resource optimization (including water, energy, raw materials and additives) is a key issue for competitiveness and sustainability. During the SpotView project, 14 existing and new technologies will be assessed for 9 new water management practices. Up to 7 selected technologies demonstrators are planned in real industrial environment. These technologies will be evaluated in terms of environmental impacts and benefits, generated by achieving the SpotView targets (20% to 90% reduction of water usage, wastewater emissions, chemicals and energy use).

The SpotView consortium covers the whole value chain, from technology development to industrial applications. Economic exploitation of the technologies is pursued through a well described business case scenario. Dissemination and training activities are planned to maximize the impact of the project. Market opportunities for services and technology products beyond the SpotView project are expected to generate up to 2800 new equipment and 7000 new jobs in Europe!

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723577.

              


 
       

     

         
               

  

      

    

     

     

 

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