Sustainable domestic Water Use in Mediterranean Regions
The whole Mediterranean area is characterized by a strong need of new solutions able to provide and sanitations services while reducing water use and wastewater discharge.
The SWMED project focuses on the optimisation the per capita water consumption at household and urban level through the implementation of water saving devices, reuse of treated wastewater, rainwater harvesting, a pool of technologies known as Sustainable Water Management (SWM).
Lazio Region (Italy, Lazio)
1. IRIDRA (Italy, Toscana)
2. SVI.MED – Mediterranean Centre for the Sustainable Development (Italy, Sicilia)
3. Malta Resources Authority (Malta)
4. Ministry of Gozo (Malta)
5. Palestinian Hydrology Group (Palestinian Authority)
6. Centre de Recherches et Technologies des Eaux (Tunisia, Nabeul)
7. Palestinian Water Authority (Palestinian Authority)
• Total budget: € 1.788.385
• Programme contribution: € 1.609.547 (90%)
• Project co-financing: € 178.838 (10%)
|Subject(s)||ANALYSIS AND TESTS , CHARACTERISTICAL PARAMETERS OF WATERS AND SLUDGES , DRINKING WATER , DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION : COMMON PROCESSES OF PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT , SANITATION -STRICT PURIFICATION PROCESSES , SLUDGES|
|Budget (in €)||1788385|
Diffusion of the Sustainable Water Management approach and technologies to improve the sanitation systems of citizens while reducing the per capita water consumption.
• National/local "water tables" gathering all water stakeholders
• SWM tailor-made solution database for different settlement typologies to be applied in water policy
• Water policy paper agreed by all relevant stakeholders
• Dissemination of the project results to different groups (citizens, technicians, water authorities, etc)
• Installation of SWM demonstration houses
|Period||[16/09/2011 - 15/09/2014]|