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September 22-24, 2021  

 

The REWATER project was presented at the IWA Conference joining together the

5th International Conference on WATER ECONOMICS, STATISTICS and FINANCE and the

International Conference on RETHINKING TREATMENT with ASSET MANAGEMENT.

 
   
May 21, 2020
The REWATER project was subject of an item in a Portuguese journal.
   
   
October, 2019  

One of the snail assays done in CIIMAR within the scope of Work Package 4.

The CIIMAR team

July 2019  

Pedro Rodrigues, André Pereira, João Amorim and Laura Guimarães (CIIMAR) visited the University of Vigo partner to perform joint

work within the scope of Work Packages 3 and 4.

   
July 12, 2019  

Another sampling campaign.

 
   
May 7, 2019  

Fourth Skype meeting involving all partners.

 
  
   
May 2019  
M. Angeles Sanromán & Marta Pazos from the University of Vigo (Spain) re-visited REQUIMTE in the scope of the Erasmus+ programme. 
   
March 2019  

M. Angeles Sanromán & Marta Pazos from the University of Vigo (Spain) visited the ”Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacau team (Romania) in March 2019. 

   
   

May - June 2018

 

M. Angeles Sanromán & Marta Pazos from the University of Vigo (Spain) visited the REQUIMTE team in Porto (Portugal) in May and June 2018.

   
May 18, 2018  

Third Skype meeting involving all partners.

 
   
   
January 10, 2018  

The REWATER project was subject of an item broadcasted on national Portuguese television (RTP1).

The video of the broadcast can be seen here.

 
 
December 3, 2017  
The REWATER project was subject of an item in a Spanish newspaper (La Nueva España).
   
November 24, 2017  

Gabriel Lazar & Iuliana Lazar from the ”Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacau (UBc, Romania), visited the REQUIMTE team in Porto (Portugal) from November 20 to 24.

 

In the photo (from left to right): Valentina Domingues (REQUIMTE), Henri Nouws (REQUIMTE). Gabriel Lazar (UBc, WP6 leader), Cristina Delerue-Matos (REQUIMTE, project coordinator), Ana Carvalho (REQUIMTE), Iuliana Lazar (UBc).

   
November 20, 2017  
Second Skype meeting involving all partners.  
   
November 10, 2017  

Several team members of the REWATER project were present in the "II Workshop on Electrochemical Devices / II Workshop ElectroBionet" which was held in Mieres (Spain) (November 9 & 10, 2017) to present results attained in WP2 ((Bio)Sensor-based fast screening methods for MMDs detection) regarding Paper-based disposable electrodes for the determination of the anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac.

In the photo (from left to right): Maria Carmen Blanco López (UNIOVI), Estefanía Rama (REQUIMTE), Cristina Delerue-Matos (REQUIMTE, project coordinator), M. Teresa Fernández Abedul (UNIOVI, WP2 leader), Henri Nouws (REQUIMTE).

September 24-30, 2017

REWATER was disseminated during the Porto Water Innovation Week 2017: PWIW. For seven days, the City of Porto (Portugal) became the European capital of water and innovation. A set of three major events gathered over 800 participants, including decision makers and technicians of utilities, political leaders, regulators, industry and agriculture representatives, investigators, tech companies, startups, SME’s, investors, and young professionals. These events were hosted by the Municipality of Porto, with the institutional support of European Commission and the Government of Portugal.

September 10, 2017

The REWATER project was subject of an item in a Portuguese newspaper (Jornal de Notícias).

May 13, 2017  

REWATER was disseminated at the public event An Open Sea of Innovation organised by CIIMAR. The event was prepared for the wide campaign Europe in My Region, which encourages citizens to discover European projects near them. About 300 visitors were received in CIIMAR where they could obtain information about the main objectives of REWATER and the technologies under development, including those directed to the removal of important emerging contaminants from wastewater. Through practical observation, they got familiarised with ecotoxicological approaches, organisms and their developmental stages used to investigate the performance of removal technologies to reduce the toxicity of tertiary wastewater effluents, improving their quality for safe reuse.

 

April 4, 2017  
WaterWorks2015 Cofunded Call Kick-off Meeting in Stockholm (Sweden).
   
April 1, 2017  
First day of the REWATER project.  
   
March 24, 2017  
First Skype meeting involving all partners.