EU-funded NAWAMED organises knowledge transfer webinars on domestic water reuse for the project team members

July 22, 2020
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NAWAMED project team continues to work on the planned activities. In these weeks, technical partner IRIDRA is developing a set of knowledge transfer webinars to mitigate the impact of the travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent lack of technical visits to the pilot sites. The webinars are taking place from 14 to 23 July.

The aim is to transfer information from IRIDRA, that is in charge of the design of the pilot installations, to the project partners that will finalise them in their countries (Provincia di Latina – Italy, Centro Euromediterraneo per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile – Italy, Centre For Water Research And Technologies – Tunisia, University of Jordan – Jordan, American University of Beirut – Lebanon).

The webinars will focus on the technologies that will be implemented in the NAWAMED project, such as green walls, constructed wetland, sustainable urban drainage systems, with concrete examples from the NAWAMED locations and experiences.

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.


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ENI CBC Med – Cooperating across borders in the Mediterranean

Countries covered:

  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Tunisia