SYMSITES

Urban-industrial symbiosis and its social, economic and environmental impact in different European regions

Category International
Sectors Industry 4.0, Integrated Water Cycle
Execution Period 2022 – 2026
Funding Horizon Europe. HORIZON-CL4-2021-TWIN-TRANSITION-01. 101058426
Web https://symsites.eu/

Description

The main objective of SYMSITES is to implement regional urban industrial symbiosis in four different European regions in social, economic and environmental aspects. The four EcoSites will use the same technologies for wastewater and waste treatment and for energy production and cycling, allowing a clean comparison of the impacts of the EcoSites. The four EcoSites will generate virtuous circles of energy, treated waste and wastewater flows between urban and industrial entities.

Consortium

Leader: Asociacion de Investigacion de la Industria Textil

Partners: Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Bar Ilan University, Fundacion Instituto Tecnologico de Galicia, Universitat Politecnica De Catalunya, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Sociedad de Fomento Agricola Castellonense, Fomento Valencia Medioambiente Slu., Universitaet Fuer Bodenkultur Wien, National Technical University Of Athens – Ntua, Greene Waste to Energy Sl, Osm-Dan Ltd, Project Sas di Massimo Perucca, Iclei European Secretariat Gmbh (Iclei Europasekretariat Gmbh), Agra Consulting ltd, Germaine De Capuccini S.A.U., Francisco Jover S.A., Fleischwaren Berger Gesellschaft Mbh & Co Kg, Aat Abwasser- Und Abfalltechnik Gmbh, Bornholms Regionskommune, Bornholms Spildevand A/S, G?Rdejer Finn Harild, Svaneke Bryghus A/S, S.C. Davo Star Impex Srl, Gemeindeabwasserverband S?D?Stliches Tullnerfeld, Spitzer Gesmbh, Klink Srl, Dimos Ditikis Achaias, Sirmet S.A., Elaiourgikes Epixeiriseis Patron

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