INNOQUA | Innovative Ecological on-site Sanitation System for Water and Resource Savings

Innovative Ecological on-site Sanitation System for Water and Resource Savings

    FRAMEWORK

Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme

HORIZON 2020

    DURATION

2016 - 2018

    GALLERY

OBJECTIVES

  • Integration individual low cost, sustainable and biologically based water sanitation technologies in multiple modular configurations
  • Demonstration across 10 countries in 4 continents the long term viability of innovative, modular and sustainable solutions for wastewater treatment in real-environment and contribution to stimulating economic growth, business and job creation in the water sector both inside and outside Europe
  • Eco-design and optimise the proposed solutions to increase the sustainable performance of the water sector through an optimised environmental performance

INNOVATIVE ASPECTS

  • Conforming the dierent INNOQUA technologies on the basis of a modular system, and using in different combinations through different scenarios
  • Increasing EU innovation potential by offering a modular solution that integrates innovative technologies in new ways and making possible the accessing to the new markets
  • Use of Lumbrifilter, which is an innovative technique effective in removal of solid and particulate matters
  • Reusing of purified water for irrigation, watering, aquifer recharge and domestic applications

TECHNOLOGIES

  • Assessment and validation the effective performance of the integrated “Lumbrifilter and Daphniafilter” system for wastewater treatment
  • Bio-solar purification (BSP)
  • Monitoring and Control through embedding sensors, software and connectivity in a modular system
  • LED UV

IMPACTS

  • Enhancing confidence among end-users and stakeholders regarding the long-term sustainable benefits of the system in a range of realistic applications and locations
  • Generating LCA positive impacts regarding chemical and resource use
  • Reduced stress on and solution for the EU aging water infrastructure
  • Reduced release of untreated/poorly treated wastewater and avoid CO2 emissions equal to 625 tons/year
  • Improvement sanitation and health conditions in both rural and underdeveloped regions

EKODENGE’S ROLE

Partner

 

  • Responsible for one demonstration site in Sinop (Turkey)
  • Contributor to market and end-user requirements in WP1
  • Contribution to dissemination (Middle-East)
  • Linkages to commercial and voluntary SMEs and public bodies
  • Support for LCA and LCC studies

PROJECT WEBSITE

COORDINATOR

Nobatek

CONTACT WITH

Beril Şenyurt

Project Team Leader

DOCUMENTS

PROJECT PARTNERS

PROJECT TIMELINE

This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation
programme under Grant Agreement No 689817.

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