LIFE ZERO WASTE WATER (LZWW) is a Demonstration Project that will implement, test and evaluate the applicability of an innovative, profitable and positive energy balance WWTP solution for the integrated management of solid biowaste and urban wastewater streams in the
This year, Run4Life demonstration sites Oceanhamnen (Helsingborg) and Nieuwe Dokken (Ghent) again received awards for their innovative approach towards wastewater. At the Nordic Edge Expo in Stavanger, the City of Helsingborg was announced as the winner of the third edition
Project partners Aqualia and LeAF will present at the IWA Nutrient Recovery & Removal Conference that will be held online on 1-3 September.
The ICT4Water Cluster Annual meeting was held online on June 16th, with active participation of project partner Aqualia on behalf of Run4Life. The annual meeting gathered nearly 150 professionals from the smart water community and over 30 member projects and
On May 5th, project partner Leitat presented Run4Life at the EGU General Assembly 2020, held in the online format Sharing Geosciences Online. Their presentation “Run4Life project: A step forward in NPK recovery from source-separated wastewaters” was one of three highlights
The publications overview on the Run4Life website has been updated and expanded. Here you can find e.g. magazine articles, scientific papers, conference posters and abstracts, project brochures and workshop presentations – all part of the project output!
This month Run4Life held its consortium meeting in the city of Ghent, Belgium, close to project demo-site De Nieuwe Dokken (picture on the left). This time the programme started on Monday December 2nd with a workshop on the Legal and
An informative breakfast workshop was held on Thursday 14th of November 2019 in Centro de Negocios Porto do Molle (Nigrán). The Run4Life project partners of Aqualia, Zona Franca de Vigo, WE&B and USC had the opportunity to give feedback regarding
Project partner DuCoop has started the vacuum collection system at demonstration site “De Nieuwe Dokken” in Ghent, Belgium. This is the first time In Flanders that toilet wastewater is collected by means of a vacuum sewer. Municipal building “Melopee” houses
Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a central technology in the Run4Life approach, as it is key in achieving the recovery of nutrients from domestic wastewater. In June this year, Run4Life consortium partners Aqualia, Leitat, USC, LeAF and WU participated in Delft