In July 2017 the MULTI-ReUse pilot plant started its work. For the period of the next two years the plant is located on the premises of the waste water treatment plant in Nordenham. The plant treats already treated waste water furthermore.
During a broadcast about IWW Water Centre, the German research project MULTI-ReUse was introduced by a local TV station in Germany. The broadcast is in German and unfortunately there has been a small mistake. The project hasn’t been funded by Read more
In September, the BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) funded research project “MULTI-ReUse: Modular treatment and monitoring for wastewater reuse” has started. Over the course of the next three years, the project will research the possibilities to reuse treated water. During the kickoff meeting in October Read more
Under the following link you will find the current press release „Treated wastewater variously usable” about the project start of MULTI-ReUse. The German research project develops, among other things, new methods for water reuse over the course of the next three years. The press release is in German: Pressemitteilung-MULTI-ReUse-Projektstart.
Usually treated wastewater is being fed into the rivers but what if you could
reuse it instead?
That is the focus of the research project MULTI-ReUse funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), over the course of the next three years. With the application of new procedures this so called ‘service water’ Read more