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On Monday, November 26, prof. Wanner and Dr. Bartáčková went to an excursion with IMETE and ERASMUS students to wastewater treatment plant Plzeň and brewery Prazdroj.
On November 21-23, the meeting of project REEF 2W took place at our department. REEF 2W is an Interreg Central Europe project about "Increased renewable energy and energy efficiency by integrating, combining and empowering urban wastewater and organic waste management systems". All partners were discussing mainly the project progress, financial report and reporting the first training course. They were also developing 5 regional REEF 2W strategies in the five concerned regions.
On Monday, November 19th our university welcomed students of international study program ATHENS. The Faculty of Environmental Technology and the Faculty of Chemical Engineering regularly offer courses Environmental Technology http://tvp.vscht.cz/department/people/19018/24726 and Digital Signal and Image Processing with Applications http://uprt.vscht.cz/prochazka/pedag/ATHENSe.htm.
More information on http://intranet.cvut.cz/incomers/athens
On November 12-16, workshop SuPER-W on business case development took place at National Technical Library in Prague. Fifteen students from 5 European universities (UCT Prague, TUDelft, Ghent University, UPC Barcelona and RWTH Aachen) were presenting their Ph.D. progress as well as solving the case studies on business case development.
More information about SuPER-W can be found on SuPER-W webpage.
The REEF2W project aims at developing and implementing solutions for increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy production in public infrastructures. This goal can be achieved by combining and integrating relevant public infrastructures of municipal solid waste chain with the wastewater treatment plants by upgrading their input mix and their energy outputs:
- through the enrichment of the upstream supply chain providing compatibility with a wider biomass mix from agriculture, agro-food, and public green biomasses
- by strengthening the integration and empowerment of internal processes for maximizing energy efficiency and renewable energy outputs (electricity, heat, biogas, bio-methane, bio-products) to be locally consumed at the WWTP or fed into public/private grids or used in the public mobility and waste collection trucks.
Five feasibility studies of different REEF 2W models will be realized on European wastewater treatment plants. The studies will show how the new REEF 2W approach could lead to an abatement of energy needs in many WWTPs and to a significant increase of renewable energy production.
REEF 2W is funded by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme that encourages cooperation on shared challenges in central Europe. The Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development coordinates this three-year project with 11 partners from Central Europe: Croatia, Italy, Czechia, Austria and Germany.
In addition to other project activities, the UCT will take the lead in part of the project focusing on the analysis and assessment of case study sustainability and final validation.