Availability of water resources

Water resources are sources of water that are useful or potentially useful.

Innovation: Guidance on evaluation and selection of sustainable water demand management technologies

Last update: 10.09.2014
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The report “Guidance on evaluation and selection of sustainable water demand management technologies” presents guidance for the evaluation and selection of Water Demand Management (WDM) type technologies for the reduction of water consumption in a technically sound, yet economically, environmentally and socially acceptable way for all stakeholders involved. Find the [...]

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Innovation: Web based self-audit adaptive potential tool for urban water stakeholders

Last update: 10.09.2014
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The tool guides users through a series of targeted questions, in which they are asked to assess particular practices within of their organisation. The purpose is to instigate thoughts about how their organisation operates and how practices might be improved. Once the tool questions are completed, an overall assessment scores [...]

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Innovation: Report on System Development, Method Applicability and Pipeline Condition Data for Modeling Purposes

Last update: 10.09.2014
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Breivoll Inspection Technologies AS (BIT) is a Norwegian SME and a provider of condition assessment services to water utilities world-wide. BITs role in the TRUST project is to provide data from inspections of water mains in participating cities to participating researchers. A pipeline condition database has previously been delivered. TRUST [...]

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Innovation: Water Enhanced Resource Planning - Where water supply meets demand

Last update: 25.04.2014
Pre-Demo
Water can be saved through: infrastructure investment; improved coordination; or behavioural change-measures with different costs & time scales. While 40% water savings could be achieved from technological improvements, this value is the sum of a series of different actions. Based on water resources management experience, it can be roughly estimated [...]

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Innovation: Telemanagement Network Using Free Controllers Connected To A GIS For An Optimized Irrigation In Vitoria-Gasteiz

Last update: 04.09.2013
Pre-Demo
The IRRIGESTLIFE project aims to demonstrate the effectiveness of a smart irrigation system that meets the actual needs of a city’s green spaces, whilst minimising water consumption, through the avoidance of leaks, over-watering and human mistakes. More specifically it hopes to deliver: - To develop a smart irrigation system in [...]

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Innovation: Microorganism and enzyme Immobilization: NOvel Techniques and Approaches for Upgraded Remediation of Underground-, wastewater and Soil

Last update: 29.08.2013
Demo
The MINOTAURUS project will deliver an innovative set of novel environmental biotechnologies, which are all based on the concept of IMMOBILIZATION OF BIOCATALYSTS, in order to eliminate emerging as well as classic organic pollutants. The proposed technologies apply to both engineered (ex-situ) and natural (in situ) systems for the bioremediation [...]

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Innovation: Industrial Symbiosis As An Innovative Method In Tackling Climate Change

Last update: 24.08.2013
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General objectives were to demonstrate industrial symbiosis as an innovative tool for tackling climate change; to foster prudent management of natural resources; and to identify the potential for sustainable development of the Hungarian economy. The NISP project ended on 31 December 2012. In the 3 years we have reached the [...]

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Innovation: Online Self-Assessment Water Audit Tool

Last update: 03.08.2013
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The project developed an online application through which enterprises could carry out a ‘self-assessment’. The assessment allows enterprises to input data about their water consumption, their premises and operations. It then evaluates whether six easily implemented and widely available water saving solutions would help the enterprise save water. The six [...]

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Innovation: Revitalisation Of The Climate In Dried-Out Communities In Eastern Slovakia Via Hydro-Climate Recovery

Last update: 31.07.2013
Pre-Demo
Expected results 1. A detailed and concise inventory of the geographic features, health and state of the local landscape and a methodology for monitoring the project. The inventory will include accurate maps of project sites where the various water retention measures will be implemented. A total of 10 methodologies will [...]

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