LIFE MEMORY project (Membranes for Energy and Water Recovery)
LIFE MEMORY project (Membranes for Energy and Water Recovery) that proposes to demonstrate at an industrial scale the AnMBR technology, as an alternative to traditional urban wastewater treatment. This new approach focuses on a more sustainable concept, where wastewater turns into a source of energy and nutrients, and also a recyclable water resource.
In the project consortium FCC Aqualia (coordinator), the University of Valencia, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and Koch Membrane Systems are involved. All of them are founding members of this Action Group. The location for the plant is Alcázar de San Juan WWTP (Ciudad Real, Spain). This design allows treating up to 78 m3/d (aprox. 400 Equivalent Inhabitants).