Author: WRE Team

WATER REUSE EUROPE Innovation Prize 2021

We are pleased to invite submissions for our 2021 Innovation Prize. Back in 2017, our first award was presented to Aquabio for their water reuse solution at Bakkavor’s Cucina Sano site in Boston, Lincolnshire, UK. In 2019, the Water Reuse Europe Innovation Prize went to the new indirect potable reuse scheme of Mörbylånga in Sweden.…
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25th May 2021 0

Our selection of open access publications on water reuse – May 2021

  Below is our May 2021 selection of open-access articles published this quarter on the use of of electrodialysis for water reuse, constructed wetland performance for water reuse in agriculture, the potential of agricultural reuse to address water scarcity, the need for adapting reuse water reuse frameworks as small-scale technologies emerge and structuring knowledge on attitudes…
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25th May 2021 0

EVERY DROP COUNTS – SUWANU EUROPE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

  Climate change is posing a tremendous pressure to our limited water resources and we need to take advantage of all the resources available to ensure water security for all. In this context, reclaimed water is gaining popularity as it is a constant source of water independent of climate variability, but it still faces many…
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24th May 2021 0

Webinar on Potable Reuse Registration

If you wish to register for our Webinar on Potable Reuse with the WateReuse Association, please fill out the registration form below.  EVENT REGISTRATION PAYMENT OPTIONS Registration to the event is free for members of WRE and the WateReuse Association, but the event costs €40 for non-members. Payment can be made online via PayPal or by Bank…
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24th May 2021 2
Director Inge Genne

New Director Announcement – Inge Genné

Water Reuse Europe is delighted to announce the newest member of our Board of Directors, Inge Genné. Inge Genné is Programme Manager Water at VITO (The Flemish Institute for Technological Research). After a research career as a membrane technology expert, she kicked-off the industrial water management team focusing on the implementation of water efficiency and reuse…
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20th May 2021 0

Membership Renewal

Many thanks to Università Politecnica delle Marche for renewing their membership to Water Reuse Europe! The Università Politecnica delle Marche is a public university in Ancona, Italy. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Agriculture, Engineering, Economics, Medicine and Biology. It coordinates several EU and national research projects in the area of engineering, with relevant focus on water cycle…
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7th May 2021 0

Membership Renewal

Many thanks to Thames Water Utilities for renewing their membership to Water Reuse Europe! Thames Water Utilities Ltd. is private utility company responsible for the public water supply and waste water treatment in large parts of Greater London, Luton, the Thames Valley, Surrey, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Kent, and some other areas of the United Kingdom. We look…
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6th May 2021 0
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Membership Renewal

Many thanks to Bluefield Research for renewing their membership to Water Reuse Europe! Bluefield Research is an independent market insight firm exclusively dedicated to the water sector. Their insights, delivered via reports, research services, and consulting projects, help clients validate assumptions, address critical questions, and strengthen strategic planning processes to support their water strategies. We look…
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4th May 2021 0
ozone helping grapefruits grow

Ozone and reclaimed water – a growing success for grapefruits

Combining ozone and reused water improves the availability of nutrients and increases oxygen diffusion in the soil, according to a new study. The Murcian Institute of Agricultural and Food Research and Development (Imida) has carried out a study on an ozonation instillation on a plot where reclaimed water is used. The study examined the effects…
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30th April 2021 0
groundwater in Perth

Australian utility expands groundwater replenishment scheme

Water Corporation, an Australian utility, has expanded its groundwater replenishment scheme to double its recharge capacity, securing the potable water supply in the Perth region. Due to the impacts of climate change, the utility decided to expand the project to increase its water source, which was climate dependent. The process involves treating wastewater to potable…
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28th April 2021 0