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Outputs

Water Scan Toolbox (WST)

  • cloud-based application that uses predictive knowledge of the quantity and quality of incoming wastewater to assess the load on a wastewater treatment plant (WTP)
  • digital tool for automated operational and technological measures of WWTPs

The tool is based on three pillars: a predictive model of the quantity and quality of wastewater, a database of event scenarios for various operating conditions with the assumed load of the WWTP, and a decision matrix for the selection of operational and technological measures for various events. The purpose of WST is to reduce operational risks, especially during periods of torrential rains, and to increase the efficiency of water treatment by allowing WWTPs to prepare early.

The Water Scan Toolbox is now available for wastewater treatment plant operators and managers worldwide.

More information will be provided:

Mgr. Michal Janovský - head of the communications department
Tel.: 220 444 159, mobil: 733 690 543
E-mail: michal.janovsky@vscht.cz

Updated: 18.5.2023 19:01, Author: Lucie Pokorná

WaterScan Toolbox

Grant ID
SS01020210
 
Launch
May 1, 2020
 
End
April 30, 2023
 
Provider
TACR, Environment for Life
 
Overall budget
CZK 19,928,841
 
Coordinator
UCT Prague
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