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eSudoe
2021
2027

TARGET

Territorial Strategy for watEr Scarcity

Resumen

The freshwater resources of the SUDOE region are under increasing anthropic pressure, leading to problems of scarcity and water quality, conflicts of use and risks to natural environments. In order to cope with the growing shortage of water resources, a paradigm shift is essential. The adaptation of practices and organisations through the definition of concerted and multi-annual management strategies will ensure access to water necessary for the life of ecosystems and the economic and social development of the territory. To address this challenge, TARGET project partners have identified a need and opportunity for cooperation to integrate unconventional waters into local water management. The objective is to promote, based on prospective analyses, the development and implementation of a territorial planning strategy for sustainable water management and the prevention of crisis situations arising from water scarcity. This strategy will allow the development of action plans that will integrate solutions for the use of unconventional water, including the reuse of treated waste water (Reut). The solutions, tested through demonstration projects, will seek to improve water governance, foster social acceptability, find innovative business models and address quality issues related to emerging pollutants. The project partners benefit from Spain’s experience in Reut, the EU’s most reused country, France’s long experience in water governance and Portugal’s recent experience in water production meeting quality requirements for reuse. Shared experiences and views will enable synergies to be established to propose the most appropriate solutions for each region and thus a planning strategy for sustainable water management and the prevention of water scarcity useful for all. The TARGET project will thus increase the strategic and operational capacities of the actors involved in water management in the SUDOE territory.

Descripción

The freshwater resources of the SUDOE region are under increasing anthropic pressure, leading to problems of scarcity and water quality, conflicts of use and risks to natural environments. In order to cope with the growing shortage of water resources, a paradigm shift is essential. The adaptation of practices and organisations through the definition of concerted and multi-annual management strategies will ensure access to water necessary for the life of ecosystems and the economic and social development of the territory. To address this challenge, TARGET project partners have identified a need and opportunity for cooperation to integrate unconventional waters into local water management. The objective is to promote, based on prospective analyses, the development and implementation of a territorial planning strategy for sustainable water management and the prevention of crisis situations arising from water scarcity. This strategy will allow the development of action plans that will integrate solutions for the use of unconventional water, including the reuse of treated waste water (Reut). The solutions, tested through demonstration projects, will seek to improve water governance, foster social acceptability, find innovative business models and address quality issues related to emerging pollutants. The project partners benefit from Spain’s experience in Reut, the EU’s most reused country, France’s long experience in water governance and Portugal’s recent experience in water production meeting quality requirements for reuse. Shared experiences and views will enable synergies to be established to propose the most appropriate solutions for each region and thus a planning strategy for sustainable water management and the prevention of water scarcity useful for all. The TARGET project will thus increase the strategic and operational capacities of the actors involved in water management in the SUDOE territory.

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: 1.885.780,71 euros
Ayuda FEDER: 1.414.335,53 euros

Beneficiarios

Principal Beneficiary: Etablissement Public Interdépartemental de la Dordogne

Nombre del beneficiario: Etablissement Public Interdépartemental de la Dordogne

Región: France,Aquitaine (Nouvelle Aquitaine),Castelnaud-la-Chapelle

Persona de contacto: Amélie BRESSON

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

2 - ECOFILAE

Nombre del beneficiario: ECOFILAE

Región: France,Languedoc-Roussillon (Occitanie),Montpellier

Persona de contacto: Rémi DECLERCQ

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

3 - Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Psicología, Departamento de Psicología Social, del Trabajo y Diferencial

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Psicología, Departamento de Psicología Social, del Trabajo y Diferencial

Región: España,Comunidad de Madrid,Pozuelo de Alarcón

Persona de contacto: Lucia Poggio Lagares

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

4 - Agencia de Medio Ambiente y Agua de Andalucía, Dirección de Gestión del Agua y Calidad Ambiental, Centro de Experimentación en Nuevas Tecnologías del Agua (CENTA)

Nombre del beneficiario: Agencia de Medio Ambiente y Agua de Andalucía, Dirección de Gestión del Agua y Calidad Ambiental, Centro de Experimentación en Nuevas Tecnologías del Agua (CENTA)

Región: España,Andalucía,Sevilla

Persona de contacto: Isabel Martín García

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

5 - Ayuntamiento de Granollers

Nombre del beneficiario: Ayuntamiento de Granollers

Región: España,Cataluña,Granollers

Persona de contacto: Xavier Romero Hidalgo

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

6 - Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de Barcelona, Departamento de Ingeniería Civil y Ambiental

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de Barcelona, Departamento de Ingeniería Civil y Ambiental

Región: España,Cataluña,Barcelona

Persona de contacto: Joan García Serrano

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

7 - Communauté d'agglomération Le Grand Périgueux

Nombre del beneficiario: Communauté d'agglomération Le Grand Périgueux

Región: France,Aquitaine (Nouvelle Aquitaine),PERIGUEUX

Persona de contacto: Olivier ESCALONNA

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

8 - Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Departamento de Ciências e Engenharia do Ambiente

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Departamento de Ciências e Engenharia do Ambiente

Región: Portugal,Área Metropolitana de Lisboa,Lisboa

Persona de contacto: Nazaré Couto

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

9 - Centre d'Etudes et d'Expertise sur les Risques, l'Environnement la Mobilité et l'Aménagement, Direction Territoriale Sud Ouest, Département Territoires

Nombre del beneficiario: Centre d'Etudes et d'Expertise sur les Risques, l'Environnement la Mobilité et l'Aménagement, Direction Territoriale Sud Ouest, Département Territoires

Región: France,Aquitaine (Nouvelle Aquitaine),Saint-Médard-en-Jalles

Persona de contacto: Karine MAUBERT-SBILE

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

10 - Município do Barreiro, Departamento de Águas, Higiene Urbana e Atividades Reguladas, Divisão de Águas e Saneamento

Nombre del beneficiario: Município do Barreiro, Departamento de Águas, Higiene Urbana e Atividades Reguladas, Divisão de Águas e Saneamento

Región: Portugal,Área Metropolitana de Lisboa,Barreiro

Persona de contacto: Rui Teixeira

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website