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Potential and Validation of Sustainable Natural & Advance Technologies for Water &Wastewater Treatment, Monitoring and Safe Water Reuse in India

Project: Research

  • Acosta, Andrés C. (Project manager)
  • Arias, Carlos Alberto (PI)
  • Brix, Hans (PI)
  • Haenel, Mirko (Project coordinator)
  • Khalil, Nadeem (Project coordinator)
  • Biller, Patrick (Other)
  • Langergraber, G. (PI)
  • Otter, Philipp (Participant)
  • Garciá, Joan (PI)
  • Uggetti, Enrica (PI)
  • Langergraber, Guenter (PI)
  • WATEC – Centre for Water Technology
  • TTZ
  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • IRIDRA Srl
  • AIMEN Technology Centre
  • Autarcon GmbH
  • Horizon 2020 Framework Programme
  • European Commission
  • Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC)
  • Plantebiologi, Biologisk Institut
  • PESSL Instruments GmbH
  • BIOAZUL
  • UFZ
  • BOKU
  • EU H2020
  • Indian Inst Technol, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Kharagpur, Dept Phys
  • Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad
  • AU - biologi
  • University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU)
  • BOKU-University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
  • Seecon
  • Gemma-Group of Environmental Engineering and Microbiology, Dept. of Haudralic, Maritime and Environmental Engineering, Universitat Politécnia de Catalunya, Barcelona
  • Gemma-Group og Environmental Engineering and Microbiology, Department of Hydraulic, Maritime and Environmental Engineeering, Universitat de Catalunya-BarcelonaTech
  • Univ Nat Resources & Life Sci, University of Bodenkultur Wien, Inst Bot
  • Institute for Sanitary Engineering and Water Pollution Control, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
  • National Environmental Engineering Research Institute
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  • Symbiosis International University
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Description

Demand for clean drinking water is increasing across the world. According to the UN World Water Development Report, three out of ten people do not have access to safe drinking water. In developing countries like India, the water and sanitation scenario are a matter of serious concern. The EU-India-funded PAVITR project will develop and deploy cost-effective and sustainable solutions to ensure the implementation of technologies from Europe to India, which can be scaled up for government entities and investors to provide safe water reuse, rejuvenate water quality of rivers, and restore ecosystems in India. According to the project, the development of technologies to cope with water shortages in rural and urbanised areas in India will also benefit Europe where climate change is expected to induce an uncertain precipitation pattern and an enhancement in temperature.

Key findings

PAVITR
AcronymPAVITR
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/02/201928/02/2023

    Research areas

  • Natural based solutions, water reclamation, Water management, Drink water

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