On this page you find an overview of the Run4Life project partners. The Run4Life consortium represents the entire value chain, consisting of universities, technology providers, public utilities, end users and experts in social sciences and humanities. This optimal combination of partners increases the market success of the proposed solutions and enhances social acceptance.
In addition, links are provided to a selection of other EU-funded projects working on resource recovery from wastewater and organic waste, the application of recovered fertilisers, as well as links to networks and platforms.
The Run4Life Consortium
The consortium of Run4Life consists of 15 organisations from different EU countries, each with their own expertise in the nutrient recovery value chain. For more information on each partner please visit the respective website by clicking on the logo.
The below map shows the locations of the Run4Life partners and demonstration sites.
Discover fellow circular economy projects and networks
Together with Run4Life there are many more projects working on the circular economy in relation to wastewater and organic waste, as well as networks of stakeholders and project clusters. The EC Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME) has developed an interactive tool providing a wealth of information about projects funded through different EU programmes. The Data Hub features an overview map, linked to project summaries, beneficiaries and demonstration sites. In addition, a wealth of information about projects and their results can be found on the EC’s CORDIS portal.
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Projects working mainly on wastewater:
Projects working mainly on organic waste:
Projects working mainly on the application of recovered fertiliser products:
Clusters, platforms and networks: