23 November - Karmiel, Israel

The inauguration event of SMARTech2a which consists of the anaerobic treatment of municipal wastewater using polymer-based matrix took place with more than 30 participants.

7 November - Rimini, Italy

On November 7th, 2017, SMART-Plant was back to ECOMONDO, the leading Euro-Mediterranean area green and circular economy expo taking place in Rimini from November 7 to 10, with over 100.000 visitors, 9000 international buyers and 1200 exhibitors.

20 October - Florence, Italy

SMART-Plant will be presented at the seminar by Legambiente "Water Treatment in Italy - turning critical points to opportunities" (Florence, October 20th, 2017) within the session dedicated to innovative solutions for waste water treatment. 

Programme available here

30 September, 2017 - Porto, Portugal

SMART-Plant hosting a Cover Station in PORTO EIP Water Innovation WEEK, 26-29 September 2017, Porto, Portugal

11-13 September 2017 - London, UK

SMART-Plant presented at the International Symposium for next generation infrastructure

11-13 September 2017 - Livorno, Italy

SMART-Plant is key το H2020 innovation action to address water economics, statistics and asset management in Livorno.

11-13 July 2017 - Coventry, UK

The third SMART-Plant management meeting was organized by Severn Trent and Cranfield University.

16 - 22 June - Rome, Italy

The SMART-Plant was presented in the 25th International Conference on Composites/Nano-Engineering (ICCE-25), in Rome, Italy.

29 June 2017 - Geestmerambacht, Netherlands

The official inauguration of SMARTech1 took place on the 29th of June 2017. On both regional and national television, the news paid attention to the world-scoop in the production of marketable cellulose from sewage.

22 June 2017 - Bellaterra, Spain

A pilot treatment plant developed by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Aigües de Manresa S.A. Empresa Municipal generates added value products while simultaneously treating wastewater. The technology used improves the treatment process and at the same time extracts the phosphorus and materials used to manufacture bioplastics. This pioneering plant was inaugurated today at the Manresa- Sant Joan (near Barcelona) wastewater treatment plant and forms part of the European SMART-Plant project. The system recovers 50% of phosphorus, which can be used as a fertiliser, extracts materials used to produce bioplastics and reduces by 25% the costs of operating a wastewater treatment plant.

Samuela Guida, PhD candidate at Cranfield University is explaining how this process works.

25 January 2017

SMART-Plant has participated at the kick-off meeting of the RES-URBIS project in Rome. RES-URBIS aims at delivering circular economy from municipal organic waste, while SMART-Plant is focusing on municipal wastewater. The twinnig between SMART-Plant and RES-URBIS will allow to deliver circular economy in the SMART URBES

Agenda

SMART-Plant is a member of the ICT4WATER cluster

SMART-Plant member of the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform