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eSudoe
2021
2027

GestEAUr

Sustainable and digitalised management of the AgUa in rural environments of the SUDOE space

Resumen

Rural areas of SUDOE present multiple common challenges in relation to the integral water cycle: the scarcity of water resources (aggravated by climate change), the impact of agricultural activity on water quality (and the consequent difficulty of making compliance with the European directive compatible, the continuity of economic activity and the availability of drinking water) and the lack of efficiency and profitability in management (with obsolete facilities and few personal resources). It is essential to strengthen collaborative networks between the multiple actors involved in the management of water resources in order to implement efficient, sustainable and cost-effective water purification, reuse and purification techniques. This requires the creation of a new system of governance based on territorial cooperation. Water is a common good and as such, it does not understand borders. The project will develop a strategy to improve water efficiency and quality in SUDOE rural areas in a climate change context, 5 action plans for 4 organisations to improve water supply and treatment services, 3 pilot tests of cost-effective and sustainable solutions for water purification, purification and reuse, and a digital tool for 2 entities to improve water management. In addition, it will improve the capacities of public authorities in 3 countries and the knowledge about purification, reuse and purification techniques of 3 scientific institutions. GestEAUr will adopt an innovative approach, addressing the integral water cycle holistically (taking into account all its stages) and will go beyond the existing practice, which usually applies the same solutions whatever the characteristics of the territory where they are implemented. Thus, it will analyse and test cost-effective, avant-garde and nature-based (SBN) techniques (and combinations of techniques) specific to meet the needs of SUDOE’s rural areas. In addition, it will provide digital tools to optimise and facilitate its management and planning.

Descripción

Rural areas of SUDOE present multiple common challenges in relation to the integral water cycle: the scarcity of water resources (aggravated by climate change), the impact of agricultural activity on water quality (and the consequent difficulty of making compliance with the European directive compatible, the continuity of economic activity and the availability of drinking water) and the lack of efficiency and profitability in management (with obsolete facilities and few personal resources). It is essential to strengthen collaborative networks between the multiple actors involved in the management of water resources in order to implement efficient, sustainable and cost-effective water purification, reuse and purification techniques. This requires the creation of a new system of governance based on territorial cooperation. Water is a common good and as such, it does not understand borders. The project will develop a strategy to improve water efficiency and quality in SUDOE rural areas in a climate change context, 5 action plans for 4 organisations to improve water supply and treatment services, 3 pilot tests of cost-effective and sustainable solutions for water purification, purification and reuse, and a digital tool for 2 entities to improve water management. In addition, it will improve the capacities of public authorities in 3 countries and the knowledge about purification, reuse and purification techniques of 3 scientific institutions. GestEAUr will adopt an innovative approach, addressing the integral water cycle holistically (taking into account all its stages) and will go beyond the existing practice, which usually applies the same solutions whatever the characteristics of the territory where they are implemented. Thus, it will analyse and test cost-effective, avant-garde and nature-based (SBN) techniques (and combinations of techniques) specific to meet the needs of SUDOE’s rural areas. In addition, it will provide digital tools to optimise and facilitate its management and planning.

Periodo de programación:2021-2027
Fecha de inicio:01/01/2024
Fecha fin:31/12/2026
Estado: On going
Convocatoria: 1st call
Prioridad:1 - Preserving Sudoe's natural capital and adapting to climate change
Objetivo específico:SO 2.5 (...) Access to water / sustainable water management
Coste subvencionable: 2.035.800,00 euros
Ayuda FEDER: 1.526.850,01 euros

Beneficiarios

Principal Beneficiary: Universidad de Salamanca, Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila, Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidad de Salamanca, Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila, Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno

Región: España,Castilla y León,Ávila

Persona de contacto: José Luis Molina González

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

2 - Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales de Albacete , Departamento de Ingeniería Química

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales de Albacete , Departamento de Ingeniería Química

Región: España,Castilla-La Mancha,Albacete

Persona de contacto: Engracia Lacasa Fernández

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

3 - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Délégation Occitanie Est, UPR8521- PROcédés Matériaux et Energie Solaire

Nombre del beneficiario: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Délégation Occitanie Est, UPR8521- PROcédés Matériaux et Energie Solaire

Región: France,Languedoc-Roussillon (Occitanie),FONT-ROMEU

Persona de contacto: Guillaume Rochet

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

4 - FCC AQUALIA

Nombre del beneficiario: FCC AQUALIA

Región: España,Comunidad de Madrid,Madrid

Persona de contacto: Víctor Monsalvo

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

5 - Pôle Métropolitain du Pays de Béarn

Nombre del beneficiario: Pôle Métropolitain du Pays de Béarn

Región: France,Aquitaine (Nouvelle Aquitaine),PAU

Persona de contacto: Gautier Lagalaye

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

6 - Diputación de Ávila

Nombre del beneficiario: Diputación de Ávila

Región: España,Castilla y León,Ávila

Persona de contacto: Carlos García González

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

7 - Comunidade Intermunicipal do Alto Minho, Divisão de Planeamento Estratégico e Desenvolvimento Intermunicipal

Nombre del beneficiario: Comunidade Intermunicipal do Alto Minho, Divisão de Planeamento Estratégico e Desenvolvimento Intermunicipal

Región: Portugal,Norte,Viana do Castelo

Persona de contacto: Luisa García

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

8 - FCC Aqualia, S.A. – Sucursal em Portugal

Nombre del beneficiario: FCC Aqualia, S.A. – Sucursal em Portugal

Región: Portugal,Área Metropolitana de Lisboa,Lisboa

Persona de contacto: José Luis García-García Merino

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

9 - Águas do Tejo Atlântico, S.A.

Nombre del beneficiario: Águas do Tejo Atlântico, S.A.

Región: Portugal,Área Metropolitana de Lisboa,Lisboa

Persona de contacto: Rita Lourinho

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website