27th December 2018, en News
The project LIFE15 ENV/ES/000598 “Development of an efficient and sustainable methodology for Emerging Pollutants Removal in WWTPs” aims to demonstrate an innovative, cost-efficient and highly replicable technology for the removal of Emerging Pollutants (EPs) from European Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTPs).
During the 14th ESAMUR Technical Conferences on Sanitation and Water Depuration held on 21st and 22nd of November 2018 in Lorca (Murcia), the IUACA members María de los Ángeles Bernal, Lyvia Mendes, Antonio Jódar and Pablo Aznar conducted a survey on emerging pollutants, framed in the C2 action (monitoring the socio-economic impact) of the project.
Professionals from the water sector from all over Spain attended the event. The survey focused on various aspects related to emerging pollutants, such as regulation, analytical techniques, removal technologies, socioeconomic impact and water prices.
The members of the LIFE-EMPORE project are grateful for the willingness of ESAMUR to develop the survey and the collaboration of the respondents.
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