WAM is a Dutch Waterboard within the Meuse River Basin located at the east side of the province Noord-Brabant. The Dutch water boards (there are 24 in total) are regional government bodies that are among the oldest forms of local government in The Netherlands started by cooperation of inhabitants in the 13thcentury.
WAM will make one of their WWTPs available for finescreen technology (WP2 Design and WP3 Construction) and execute the monitoring and performance assessment (WP4 Building the Reference) and participate in dissemination (WP6 Dissemination to a broader audience).
KWR creates top-quality new knowledge through goal-oriented research. The researchers combine this new knowledge with their own knowledge and experience already at their disposal through KWR’s extensive network. KWR’s research focuses on four important themes: Healthy, Sustainable, Advanced and Efficient water.
KWR will act as Project Coordinator (WP1 Project Management). In addition KWR will be responsible for validation of the monitoring and performance assessment (WP4 Building the Reference) and dissemination (WP6 Dissemination).
With both proven and innovative technology, Cirtec is able to provide appropriate solutions for a large number of environmental issues. Waste recycling, re-use of materials and recovery of low-grade energy are central in basically all our solutions. Through research and collaboration Cirtec is looking for new ways to solve existing problems in a more sustainable and economical way.
Cirtec will design and implement the finescreen technology (WP2 Design and WP3 Construction), play an active role in preparation of the monitoring plan, evaluation and performance assessment (WP4 Building the Reference). Cirtec will work on market uptake and feasibility plans for further exploitation (WP5 Exploitation & Business Development) and participate in dissemination (WP6 Dissemination to a broader audience).