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H2020-Water-1-2015. Búsqueda de entidades gubernamentales o asociaciones para aplicar la legislación de la UE y colaborar en procesos biológicos de bajo coste para un proyecto de aguas residuales industriales

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDES20150216001
Publicado:
05/03/2015
Resumen:
Una universidad española está interesada en presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria H2020-WATER-1-2015 (actividades de demostración/piloto) como coordinador. El objetivo del proyecto es promocionar soluciones innovadoras para el reto de gestión del agua, en particular para reducir el consumo de agua potable en procesos industriales. La propuesta pretende demostrar a escala piloto y a largo plazo la aplicabilidad y sostenibilidad ambiental y económica de soluciones biológicas avanzadas relacionadas con la desinfección de agua para permitir una reutilización completa del agua y recuperar recursos de tratamientos biológicos. Se buscan entidades gubernamentales, administraciones públicas o asociaciones para aplicar la legislación en Europa.

Details

Tittle:
H2020-Water-1-2015. Governmental entities or associations for implementation of EU legislation are sought to collaborate within a low cost biological processes for complex industrial wastewaters project proposal
Summary:
A Spanish university is willing to submit a H2020-WATER-1-2015 (Demonstration/pilot activities) project proposal, which they will coordinate. The project aims to promote innovative solutions for the challenge of water management, in particular to minimise the use of fresh water in the industrial processes. Therefore, governmental entities, public administration or associations for implementation of legislation at European level are being sought.
Description:
Several industrial wastewaters contain both, high concentrations of nutrients and recalcitrant/toxic organic compounds. The treatment of these effluents is not completely solved, given that the solutions mostly adopted by the industry are expensive physic-chemical treatments which do not remove completely the mixture of complex non-biodegradable contaminants and nutrients. Moreover, the use of this kind of treatments hinders the possible recovery of resources. The proposal aims to demonstrate at pilot scale and at long-term, the applicability and environmental and economic sustainability of advanced biological solutions coupled to water polishing/disinfection for enabling full water reuse and for making possible the recovery of resources from biological treatments. The advanced biological technologies that are intended to demonstrate are the membrane bioreactors (MBR), the two phase partitioning bioreactors (TPPB) and the granular aerobic bioreactors (GABR).

The following key objectives have been defined within the project proposal: (1) to perform preliminary characterization tests of several wastewaters provided by various end-users to define design constraints and needs in each country (Bottom -up approach); (2) to design and to construct the prototypes of MBR, TPPB and GABR coupled to a water polishing/disinfection step (3) to have three operative and fully functional prototypes; (4) to demonstrate that advanced biological treatments are able to deal with real wastewaters with simultaneous degradation of nitrogen and biorecalcitrant compounds; (6) to get the full performance of running prototypes in order to establish economic and environmental cost; (7) To demonstrate the technical feasibility and to determine the problems associate with resource recovery from industrial wastewater at pilot scale; (8) To determine the social, economic and environmental impacts for the implementation of the proposed technologies (business plan) and (9) To implement an effective method for making the dissemination and the approach to the end-users and stakeholders market.

The project wants to promote innovative solutions for the challenge of industrial water management, in particular it aims to minimise the use of fresh water in the process by implementing closed water cycles, reducing the environmental impact of effluents and, recovering, if possible, of resources from wastewater. The project will develop, test and disseminate innovative solutions for processing of industrial wastewater based on a modular scheme of advanced biological processes plus water polishing/disinfection. The idea of the modular approach is to make possible the adaptation of the wastewater processing sequence to the particular needs of the end-user of the technology. Therefore, the project pursues the integration of technological, organisational, financial, ICT and management approaches to strengthen standardisation in the industrial wastewater sector.

H2020-Water-1b-2015: Demonstration/pilot activities (IA)
Call deadline: 21/04/2015
Deadline for EoIs: 20/03/2015
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Governmental entities / public administration or associations for implementation of legislation at European level. The tasks for this partner will be: - Analysis of the current framework and situation along the EU regarding: legislation, applied technologies and management systems, available resources and capacities and socio-economic framework. Contribution to setting treatment standards.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
Spanish

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
Innovation actions
Anticipated Project Budget:
6.400.000 €
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
21/04/2015
Project Duration:
240
Project title and Acronym:
ULySSES