The Water Innovation and Circularity Conference (WICC) will take place in Athens, Greece from 7 to 9 June 2023.
The WICC brings together researchers, engineers, water practitioners from academia, industry, water utilities, public authorities and administration to exchange know-how and experiences.
Within the Conference knowledge and expertise will be disseminated on innovative systems, technologies and processes which can be applied for the management of water and wastewater.
The water supply chain is considered from water abstraction to treated wastewater disposal and reuse. Furthermore, resource oriented sanitation as a route to sustainable and ecologically sound sanitation will be discussed focusing on developing countries.
The Conference will cover a wide range of themes from innovative and nature-based solutions for water and wastewater management to circularity assessment tools and environmental policy and legislation.
Read more information about the Conference here and the HYDROUSA project here
HYDROUSA is a Horizon 2020 Innovation Action project funded by the European Union, which is coordinated by the Sanitary Engineering Laboratory of the National Technical University of Athens. HYDROUSA revolutionizes the water value chain in Mediterranean regions by applying innovative, nature-based solutions for water and wastewater management, which close the water loops and boost the agricultural and energy profile of these areas by recovering water, energy and high added value products.