Usually treated wastewater is being fed into the rivers but what if you could reuse it instead? The research project Multi-ReUse, funded by the Federal Ministry
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At the center of the MULTI-ReUse project was a pilot plant in Lower Saxony at the municipal wastewater treatment plant in Nordenham. In this coastal region with a lack of water,
The Johannes-Rau research community unites 15 research institutes and celebrated its five years
The research project MULTI-ReUse almost has reached its target line. Up to 20 participants discussed the state of the work during a project meeting at the beginning of March.
What exactly is MULTI-ReUse researching? And why? The imagefilm (in German) summarizes the research project and outcomes in an easily understandable manner.
During a MULTI-ReUse project meeting at the beginning of September the state of the project and upcoming working steps were discussed.
How can you transfer knowledge from a research project to different target groups in an easy way? In MULTI-ReUse, the team relies on the touchtable!
The EU has released a proposal about the reuse of local and treated waste water to ensure minimum requirements and their surveillance on an EU level.
The MULTI-ReUse project was introduced at the Leading Trade Fair for Environmental Technologies IFAT 2018 in May in Munich, Germany. It was located at the booth of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) together with other funded projects.
This report that deals with the requirements and criteria in different sectors and possible target markets for the MULTI-ReUse procedures is now available for download.