The production, which has a documentary nature, explains the background and objectives of this initiative.
The European project, led by Facsa, aims to develop a ceramic membrane bioreactor with ceramic and agro-industrial by-products.
Castellón, 14th September 2016.- The European project REMEB has released the first of its scheduled audiovisual works to present its main objectives, which are the development of a ceramic membrane bioreactor based on ceramic and agro-industrial wastes for wastewater reuse.
The project has a budget of 2,361,622.50 Euro and is funded by the EU through the Horizon 2020 programme. It is scheduled to conclude in August 2018.
REMEB is composed of eleven 11 partners from seven countries: the project coordinator FACSA, the Institute for Ceramic Technology ITC-UJI, the French engineering company IMECA PROCESS, the Cypriot consultancy ATLANTIS, the Norwegian company BIOWATER, the Council of Chambers of Commerce of Valencia region, Castellon research and environmental projects laboratory IPROMA, the Italian ceramic centre CENTRO CERAMICO, the ceramic research centre in Turkey SAM, the Colombian Universidad Antonio Ariño and the Entity for Sanitation and Wastewater Treatment of Murcia Region.
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