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Self-Sustaining Cleaning Technology for Safe Water Supply and Management in Rural African Areas

Deliverables

Data Management Plan D

Final version of the Data Management Plan

Data Management Plan A

First reported version of the Data Management Plan

Data Management Plan B

Month 18 version of the Data Management Plan.

Data Management Plan C

Month 30 version of the Data Management Plan.

Remote monitoring and semi-autonomous functioning

Remote monitoring and control of each unit in implementation. Exportable reports and live dashboards will form part of the Software; aditable processes support the ongoing semi-autonomous functioning of each unit

Technical workshop at test site

Technical workshop at test site

EU Exploitation Workshop

EU Exploitation Workshop

Water Technology Forum

Water Technology Forum

Distribution to water communities

Summary report for distribution to the water communities

Education programs

Integration into education and academic programs

Business models

Business models for system manufacturing, installation, operation and maintenance; recommendations for water management for regulatory and policy framework; incubator concepts for Technology Stations

System monitoring

Report about system monitoring during long-term field tests

Training strategies

Training strategies for rural communities and maintenance staff

Electrode-water correlation

Correlation between electrode operation parameters and water input and output quality with respect to persistent organic contaminations and disinfection

Operating parameters and water condition reporting

Documentation for key water and operating parameters, including all parameters that must be monitored to ensure continued safe operation of the modules; proof of accurate reporting of the water condition subject to scenarios as would typically be encountered in the field within acceptable tolerances to support human consumption

Prototype testing

Report on design and testing of the prototype in controlled environment

System improvement

Improvement of the systems with respect to water quality and energy consumption via field experience and reengineering

PEDR

Plan for Dissemination and Exploitation of Results (PEDR)

Demonstrator systems

Demonstrator systems built; flow chart of demonstrator systems integrated into water supply structure

CabECO modules

Three CabECO modules for integration into the prototype platform and into the two demonstrators

Prototype built and installed

A working prototype constructed, built and installed at the CSIR test site

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Publications

Electrochemical disinfection of groundwater for civil use – An example of an effective endogenous advanced oxidation process

Author(s): Achille De Battisti, Paolo Formaglio, Sergio Ferro, Mustafa Al Aukidy, Paola Verlicchi
Published in: Chemosphere, Issue 207, 2018, Page(s) 101-109, ISSN 0045-6535
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2018.05.062

Pre-disinfection columns to improve the performance of the direct electro-disinfection of highly faecal-polluted surface water

Author(s): J. Isidro, J. Llanos, C. Sáez, J. Lobato, P. Cañizares, M.A. Rodrigo
Published in: Journal of Environmental Management, Issue 222, 2018, Page(s) 135-140, ISSN 0301-4797
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.05.040

Can CabECO® technology be used for the disinfection of highly faecal-polluted surface water?

Author(s): Julia Isidro, Javier Llanos, Cristina Sáez, Dirk Brackemeyer, Pablo Cañizares, Thorsten Matthee, Manuel A. Rodrigo
Published in: Chemosphere, Issue 209, 2018, Page(s) 346-352, ISSN 0045-6535
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2018.06.106

Operating the CabECO® membrane electrolytic technology in continuous mode for the direct disinfection of highly fecal-polluted water

Author(s): J. Isidro, D. Brackemeyer, C. Sáez, J. Llanos, J. Lobato, P. Cañizares, T. Matthee, M.A. Rodrigo
Published in: Separation and Purification Technology, Issue 208, 2019, Page(s) 110-115, ISSN 1383-5866
DOI: 10.1016/j.seppur.2018.04.070

Surface Water and Groundwater Quality in South Africa and Mozambique—Analysis of the Most Critical Pollutants for Drinking Purposes and Challenges in Water Treatment Selection

Author(s): Verlicchi, Grillini
Published in: Water, Issue 12/1, 2020, Page(s) 305, ISSN 2073-4441
DOI: 10.3390/w12010305