2021 comes to an end and we look back on an eventful year. A lot of progress was made in the Run4life project and we were able to share new publications and several events with people involved and interested in
Project partner ISLE, leader of the exploitation and commercialisation activities, organised the 3rd and final Run4Life Innovation Workshop. It was focused on the business cases and models developed by each of the demo sites. Participating end-users received direct information about
Project partner NSVA hosted the final project event on the 26th of November, a Replication Workshop for municipalities and other stakeholders was held on-site at the RecoLab. It was combined with an online satellite event hosted by project partner LeAF,
At the end of November, after 4.5 well-spent years, the Run4Life project came to an end. The 15 partners of the consortium led by project coordinator Aqualia, have been working on the recovery of fertiliser products from source-separated wastewater systems.
Manuel Riveiro and his team are currently performing pot tests using Run4Life products at the Estación Experimental Agrícola do Baixo Miño (Agricultural Experiment Station do Baixo Miño) in Salceda. These tests are being performed with liquid effluent of the AnMBR
On the 27th of September Run4Life will take part in the Biorefine Cluster Europe (BCE) webinar “Sustainable Water Treatment”. During the webinar several European projects that are members of the BCE will present their work and outcomes related to sustainable
Within the Run4Life project, fertiliser products from decentralized domestic wastewater are produced. Work package 5 addresses the environmental, technical, health and economical aspects of the products. This is done through Risk and Life Cycle assessments. More information on the work
At the different demonstration sites of the Run4Life project several fertiliser products are recovered. Within Run4Life, one work package (4) is dedicated to link the recovered nutrients to its potential market uptake as safe fertilisers. Several pot and field tests
Run4Life organised a workshop at the 5th International Conference on Ecotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment (EcoSTP 2021). Partners Aqualia, LeAF BV, Desah and WE&B engaged the audience in the challenges and opportunities encountered in resource recovery from domestic wastewaters and food
This week (June 21-25, 2021) the 5th International Conference on Ecotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment (EcoSTP 2021), will be held online. Join us on Thursday 24 June at 13:30h for our workshop about “Decentralized treatments for resource recovery from domestic wastewater”.