The Centre for Research and Water Technologies – CERTE (Tunisia), with the support of IRIDRA, is organising an e-technical workshop (e-TWS) on “Designing urban nature-based solutions for greywater reuse” from 1 to 8 March, in the framework of the EU-funded NAWAMED project.
The e-TWS focuses on the design of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) for the treatment and recycling of greywater. It opened with an open session to broadly debate about the use of urban NBSs for greywater reuse and Sustainable Water Management (SWM): technical feasibility, operating rules and the potential performances based on concrete examples of completed or ongoing case studies.
Working groups on NAWAMED case studies and related coaching sessions will be held from 2 to 8 March.
NAWAMED (Nature Based Solutions for Domestic Water Reuse in Mediterranean Countries), implemented in the framework of the ENI CBC MED Programme, concretely contributes at promoting and testing low-cost nature-based solutions for the decentralised NCW use at domestic level: in particular, the goals are to treat some 9.000 m3/year of water to be reused and to train at least 150 technicians, thus supporting capacity building.