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.

William Steel interviews Gang Xin, Chief Technology Officer at Biowater Technology and REMEB project partner and Elena Zuriaga, R&D Project Management Technician at FACSA and REMEB Technical Coordinator, analyzing the key points of the project, which is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 641998.

The article gives a exhaustive overview of the background and objectives of the project, the problems that have led to limit the use of conventional membranes bioreactors for wastewater treatment, its manufacturing process and the differential value of REMEB membranes that valorise agro-industrial wastes.

This publication in the magazine, which has a great number of readers, supposes an opportunity for the REMEB project thanks to its scope in the professional water field.

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