On 17 November 2020, the INNOQUA team and a group of invited experts explored multiple perspectives on using earthworms, microalgae, bacterial biofilms, Daphnia and UV light in wastewater treatment – highlighting the potential for nature-based approaches to wastewater treatment around the world as well as exploring R&D and commercial opportunities in this sector.
The INNOQUA team and a group of invited experts shared their experiences via a 3 November 2020 online conference – highlighting the potential for nature-based approaches to wastewater treatment in SE Europe and Turkey, as well as future R&D and commercial opportunities in this sector.
Recognising that India is a centre for world-class research into vermifiltration, the INNOQUA team on 15 October 2020 brought together experts online to share their experiences of working with earthworms for wastewater treatment and to plan the way forward for these solutions.
Six partners from our project consortium attended this year’s World Water Week in Stockholm, where we saw that the global water sector has a strong interest in our nature-based wastewater treatment system.
The installation of our demo site in Bangalore is almost finished. The INNOQUA system will treat the wastewater from ten households and will benefit people from a low-income community in the Beedi workers colony in the southwestern part of Bangalore.
“We want to help people solve crucial sanitation problems...We are about to launch the second phase of the project, which is the very important demonstration campaign for the INNOQUA technologies – taking place at sites across the world."