The demosite in Vigo was visited by Atlantic Road travellers Yldau and Fabian. They were given a full tour of the site, and were not afraind of meeting black water hands-on! See the article that was published here on the
The Run4Life project is organising a Stakeholder Engagement Workshop at the IFAT trade fair in Munich. This is done in cooperation with the European Sustainable Phosphorous Platform, the German Phosphorous Platform, solution providers, EU projects on resource recovery, and other
At the end of November the 6-month consortium meeting of Run4Life was held in Vigo, Spain. All partners provided updates on the progress and work plans for the coming months were discussed. In addition, there were several invited stakeholders who
Last week the Run4Life website was announced within the consortium, and now it is officially live! Important website updates will be announced through LinkedIn and Twitter, but feel free to regularly visit the website to learn more about the project
Welcome to the new website of the Run4Life project! For the moment some basic information is shared here, this will be expanded in the coming weeks. In the meantime, please visit our LinkedIn page and link to Run4Life to keep
The goal of the Run4Life project is to recover nutrients from domestic waste streams for application in agriculture. Domestic wastewater is an important carrier of resources, among which are water and nutrients. In the current centralised wastewater management systems nutrients
The 15 partners and 5 demonstration sites of the H2020 Run4Life project are working together on the entire value chain for resource recovery from source separated wastewaters.