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Using Nano-Magnetic Resonance to deliver the world’s most cost-efficient system for the treatment of toxic industrial and landfill wastewater

Project description

The treatment of toxic wastewater made easy

The collection and treatment of wastewater is improving all over Europe. The latest figures show that 95 % of wastewater in the EU is collected and 88 % is biologically treated. While the trend is positive, there is still room for improvement – through innovation and new investments in environmental infrastructure in all EU Member States. With this in mind, the EU-funded NMRT project will bring to market a newly developed technology that uses electromagnetic resonance to treat toxic wastewater. It has been successfully tested in different kinds of wastewater (winery, landfill, tannery and textile industries). According to the project, this technology is cheaper and easier to install and maintain compared to current best available technologies.

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Net EU contribution
€ 50 000,00
Rua Dos Padres Carmelitas, Centro De Negocios Idei Antico, Caixa 97
4719 005 Braga

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Continente Norte Cávado
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 21 429,00