As part of the IWA ecoSTP international congress, held this year in Girona and co-organized by ICRA and Lequia, the CWP actively participated in two workshops that took place last Monday, June 26. Specifically, the CWP, together with ICRA and NTUA (Greece), has co-organised a workshop on water reuse and nutrient recovery in decentralized contexts in the Mediterranean. Lucia Gusmaroli, European Projects Area Manager of the CWP, moderated the session, in which ICRA and Aqualia intervened as well as other international experts.
The CWP also participated in the “Urban biorefineries for a circular bioeconomy” workshop, organized by Aqualia as part of the Deep Purple European project. Lucia Gusmaroli took part in the round table “Opportunities and challenges in the creation of new value chains in urban biorefineries” providing a key view of the sector and highlighting the importance of the collaboration of all agents in the sector to promote the circular economy