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A video on our NaWaTech (Natural water systems and treatment technologies to cope with water shortages in urbanised areas in India) project is already available.

NaWaTech is an EU-India project whose main objective is to explore and evaluate the potential of the natural water systems and treatment technologies with the aim of improving their efficiency and reliability to cope with water scarcity.

Thus, NaWaTech implements different treatment systems in two Indian cities (Pune and Nagpur, Maharastra region) like constructed wetlands, bank filtration, anaerobic treatment, green walls, etc. Concretely, BIOAZUL was in charge of the design, installation and set up, operation and monitorisation of a treatment system composed by a Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) and a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) in Pune city.


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