The aim of this Action Group is the development of an anaerobic membrane reactor.
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Here, the Marketplace presents the current activities of the 29 EIP Water Action Groups (AGs). To receive up-to-date information or join these groups, please browse the sections below.
EIP Water’s voluntary, multi-stakeholder Action Groups are at the core of EIP Water and form the central element of the partnership’s implementation phase. There are currently 29 Action Groups working to develop, test, scale up, disseminate and stimulate the uptake of innovative solutions to water-related challenges by the market.
An EIP Water Action Group is formalised via Calls for Expression of Commitment and a short evaluation phase of proposals in line with EIP Water's eight priority areas.
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The EIP Secretariat supports various EIP Water activities and bodies to fulfil their objectives. The Secretariat works under the supervision of the European Commission. You can contact the EIP Water Secretariat here.
Commercialize value chains for resources from the water cycle, in particular iron from drinking water production, phosphorous from waste water and cellulose from waste water.
Develop proof of concept that bring together in-situ sensors (technology and participatory observations/crowd sourcing) and remote sensing.
The goal of the EIP Water Action Group "City Blueprints" is to organize interventions at the local level to overcome barriers in the governance systems that hinder development and uptake of...
Build solutions in coastal managed aquifer recharging, based on specific monitoring- and management approaches and specific financing/pricing models.
Ctrl+Swan Action Group (www.swan.technology) will be devoted to the further development of innovative sensor systems’ technologies to be...
The National Water Partnerships have joined forces in the DIS-SMEs Action Group to support SMEs and turn the network of National Water Partnerships into a functional SME support system and a...
Improve water efficiency and sustainability in water and sanitation services through the roll-out a benchmarking process that covers the entire water cycle.
This project is dedicated to practice-oriented and applicable ecosystem services valuation and management systems. The group aims to deliver a consensual and agreed methodology to assess the...
The Action Group Energy and Water Works (AG EWW) has recently been established under the umbrella of the EIP Water. Its main goal is to enhance European interest in the innovative crossovers...
The FINNOWATER Action Group intends to explore, develop and implement new approaches to increase financial flows in the water (and water-related) sector.
The objective of this Action Group is to develop new methodologies for industrial water re-use and recycling and with the aid of these new methodologies, develop and implement (local) innovative...
Develop and demonstrate solutions, based on Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) in nine case studies, with inclusion of ecological modelling, economic incentives and risk aspects.
Commercialise microbial (bio-)electrochemical, zero energy technologies that treat urban and industrial waste water coupled to resource recovery and/or synthesis of valuable products.
The role of nature based technologies shall be strengthened in European water management. The Action Group aims to aggregate and consolidate the sector of nature-based technologies (green...
Build business case of combining demand-led high-energy-efficient irrigation systems and photovoltaic pumping stations.
Develop an integrated toolbox for water scarcity detection, diagnostics and DSS for water re-distribution in water scarcity areas.
The aim of RTWQM Action Group is the definition of new affordable monitoring strategies and the enhancement of the innovation chain for water quality monitoring technologies
The Action Group aims at establishing and implementing a methodology on "Smart Pricing and Drought Insurance Schemes in Mediterranean Countries".
Verdygo is a new standard in wastewater treatment. An important feature of Verdygo is its industrial modular construction. This construction allows a sewage treatment plant (STP) to adjust...
The main objective of this Action Group is to produce a common terminology and a coherent framework for the energy sector to assess its interactions with water.
The WaterCoRe Action Group on regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues centres around the implementation of Regional Action Plans that are intended to improve water governance in...
15 partners (Academia, regulators and operators) cooperate in the frame of this AG to address capacity building, research and networking in water sector regulation and govenance.
Optimize irrigation strategies focusing on efficient water reuse, energy saving, and integrated agricultural water management under drought.