PROMOTING WASTE WATER REUSE THROUGH A RECLAIMED WATER MASTER PLAN IN THE CONSORCI BESÒS TORDERA ENVIRONMENT
Begoña Martinez Lopez | Consorci Besòs Tordera | Spain
As a way to plan the amount and the technological requirements of Reclaimed Water facilities and where they fit in the territory according to sustainable and economical constrictions CBT is developing its own Reclaimed Water Master Plan detecting and quantifying the potential of Reclaimed Water demands in the Besòs and Tordera basins.
Water Reuse Hubs as enablers of water reuse implementation
Carlos Echevarria | CETAQUA | Spain
In order to overcome water reuse barriers, CETAQUA has defined physical-virtual centers of expertise in water reuse focused on gathering real data and translate it into evidences. These centers of expertise have been named Water Reuse Hubs and aim to address local barriers in order to answer the local (stakeholders) needs, ease infrastructure planning and boost new projects.
Compliance of combined nature-based and engineered systems with European water reuse regulations
Dr. Ulf Miehe | Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH | Germany
The European project AquaNES focuses on the demonstration of treatment schemes combining natural and engineered systems (cNES) for water treatment. This paper focuses on wastewater treatment via wetlands and the evaluation of the investigated system combinations in regard to European water reuse regulations.
Capacity Development for Wastewater Management and Water Reuse in Informal Partnerships in Northern Namibia
Dr. Fanny Frick-Trzebitzky | ISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research | Germany
Especially for municipalities in extreme dry regions, water reuse is increasingly seen as an important strategy towards water security. Municipal wastewater treatment plant partnerships envisage high-quality operation of wastewater treatment plants through effective capacity development and know-how transfer on a peer-to-peer basis.