INNOQUA at World Water Week 2019
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.
India demo site installation nearing completion
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.
An Interview with Germain Adell, Coordinator of the INNOQUA Project
“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."
INNOQUA Daphniafilter prototype – working at maximum efficiency
Good news from the INNOQUA project! With the technical improvements introduced by our INNOQUA Partner INBROOLL...
Test Phase Started at Lumbrifilter Pilot Site in Galway
INNOQUA partner NUI Galway (National University of Ireland) is hosting the initial Lumbrifilter pilot at the NUI Galway/EPA wastewater research site located at the Tuam (population of about 5000 people) wastewater treatment plant
Daphnia Filter Pilot Start-up in Girona
The Girona pilot site of the University of Girona (UDG) is located at the Quart wastewater treatment plant, where managers are open to research in their facilities. The site has already been used for other UDG wastewater treatment testing projects.
#IWW17 – INNOQUA at INDIA WATER WEEK 2017
On October 10 India's President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated India Water Week 2017, India’s annual policy and technology showcase event on water and wastewater. Based on the theme “Water and Energy for Inclusive Growth,” India Water Week-2017 is a platform to elicit ideas and opinions...
LLactacamp 4.0 – University of Cuenca
INNOQUA at FSM4 Conference – Chennai, India
Llactacamp 4.0 is an annual event at the University of Cuenca (UCU) in Ecuador initiated by the university’s “Sustainable Cities Research Group”. This year’s focus is on the “Learning City”. Augusta Hermida and Andrés Alvarado, …
R2M presented INNOQUA in Milano, Italy
More than 1,200 delegates met in February at FSM4 Conference 2017 in the Indian city of Chennai. The context: creating faecal sludge management (FSM) infrastructure and public services that work for everyone while keeping faecal …
On 1 and 2 Dec our Italian partner R2M presented the INNOQUA project at the Water Workshop organised by the Milano Airports operator SEA. The theme of the two-day event was water reuse, a topic