Newsletter No. 4
 
 

The REMEB project makes great strides with the manufacturing of the first industrial-scale membranes

 
6th-7th October 2016, Bologna, Italy
 
The REMEB project makes great strides with the manufacturing of the first industrial-scale membranes

The consortium met last 6th and 7th October in Bologna, Italy, to assess the strides of the first year of the project execution. REMEB partners are already manufacturing the membranes at an industrial scale and replicating them at a pilot scale in Turkey and Italy.

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The REMEB H2020 project on the front cover of the Water and Wastewater International (WWI) magazine

 
3rd October 2016, Castellón de la Plana, Spain
 
The REMEB H2020 project on the front cover of the Water and Wastewater International (WWI) magazine

The copy of August-September 2016 of the Water and Wastewater International Magazine dedicates its front cover and a comprehensive report to the REMEB project, aiming to develop an eco-friendly membrane bioreactor based on agricultural and industrial wastes for wastewater reuse.

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Centro Ceramico exhibits REMEB at Cersaie and Tecnargilla 2016

 
26th - 30th September 2016, Italy
 
Centro Ceramico exhibits REMEB at Cersaie and Tecnargilla

Centro Ceramico di Bologna  participates with the REMEB project at CERSAIE 2016, one of the most important International Exhibitions of Ceramic Tile industry and TECNARGILLA 2016, the biggest event of technological innovation and aesthetics for tiles and bricks. 

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REMEB project releases its first promotional video

 
14th September 2016, Castellón de la Plana, Spain
 
REMEB H2020 releases its promotional video

The production, which has a documentary nature, explains the background and objectives of REMEB initiative. The European project aims to develop a ceramic membrane bioreactor with ceramic and agro-industrial by-products.

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The government of Saudi Arabia shows interest in the REMEB project

 
9th September 2016, Murcia, Spain
 
The government of Saudi Arabia shows interest in the REMEB project

Members of the Saudi Ministry of Agriculture have known on-site the technological innovation for water management of FACSA. The international character of FACSA and IPROMA research projects aroused the interest of experts from the Ministry of Agriculture of Saudi Arabia .

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Next Events

 
 

FACSA and REMEB will participate at the technical seminars: "New technologies applied to wastewater treatment industry" organised by the Valencia region water sanitation entity EPSAR (3rd November 2016, Valencia, Spain)

 

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