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IVACE launches the “Accelerathon Water Challenges” to select the best wastewater specialised start-up initiative

27-05-2020
IVACE, water treatment, challenge, Europe

The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness (IVACE), in collaboration with the Metalworking, Furniture, Wood, Packing and Similar Technologic Institute (AIDIMME) and the Network of Technologic Institutes of the Valencian Community (REDIT), has launched the “Accelerathon Water Challenges” initiative; an open innovation …

Cyclopure and iFLUX announce availability of DEXSORB+ in Europe

13-02-2020
Cyclopure, iFLUX, DEXSORB+, Europe, water flux, cartridge, groundwater, contaminants

Cyclopure, a US-based water purification technology provider, and Belgium-based iFLUX have announced the availability of a new product that can help in the measurement and analysis of PFAS in groundwater. Joining iFLUX’s line of other water flux cartridges, the new product offers expanded capabilities for environmental study of contaminants …

EBRD supports reconstruction of wastewater facilities in Belarus

27-11-2019
Belarus, Europe. European Union, investment, water treatment, wastewater treatment

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has granted nearly €26.8 million (S$40.3 million) sovereign loan for the improvement of wastewater treatment facilities in Belarus. The investment will benefit more than 3,00,000 residents of Belarus by providing improved water quality. The fund will help redevelop and rebuild the …

France and EIB to improve water supply and wastewater treatment system in Mariupol

04-11-2019
France, EIB, European Investment Bank, water supply, water treatment

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a Declaration of Intent (DoI) with the Government of France and the City Council of Mariupol for creating a new municipal water supply infrastructure in Mariupol. As per the terms of the DoI, EIB has agreed to invest €35m (S$53 million) in the modernisation of the Mariupol water supply and …

Editor’s pickEuropean Environment Agency calls for more investment in EU urban wastewater treatment plants

25-10-2019
wastewater treatment, urban wastewater, water treatment, European Environment Agency

A new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA) says more investment is needed to make urban waste water treatment plants fit to meet the difficult challenges posed by the impacts of climate change, as well as addressing the presence of antibiotics and other micro-pollutants in waste water. Much has already been done in recent decades …