General information from the project

MULTI-ReUse at the Leading Trade Fair for Environmental Technologies IFAT 2018 in Munich, Germany

MULTI-ReUse project is finished

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, Read more

Imagefilm (in German) explains the research project MULTI-ReUse

What exactly is MULTI-ReUse researching? And why? The imagefilm (in German) summarizes the research project and outcomes in an easily understandable manner.

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Long term testing for water reuse concepts has started

Long term testing for water reuse concepts has started

During a MULTI-ReUse project meeting at the beginning of September the state of the project and upcoming working steps were discussed. Read more

EU proposal about minimum requirements for water reuse

EU proposal about minimum requirements for water reuse

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. Read more

Report Potential of Water Reuse

Market potential of water reuse

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. Read more


MULTI-ReUse presented on local television

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

MULTI-ReUse Kickoff

Research project MULTI-ReUse started

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