REDINN SRL is pleased to announce the kick off meeting of ALICE Project - Accelerate Innovation in Urban Wastewater Management for Climate Change-, it will take place today, 16th January 2017, at 9.00 a.m., in the Office of the Northern Ireland Executive, Park View, Brussels (Belgium).


The overall aim of the project is to accelerate innovation in urban wastewater management to address the future challenges arising from climate change. This will enable the other major objective to be achieved: boosting staff skills and careers perspective of Experienced Researchers (ERs), Early Stage Researchers (ESRs), and the workforce of industry, water utilities and public organisations.


The consortium brings together 7 leading academic institutions, 2 water utilities and 3 SMEs with complementary expertise to the academic institutions, which are UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER (United Kingdom); NORTHERN IRELAND WATER LTD (United Kingdom); THE QUEEN`S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST (United Kingdom); DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY (Ireland); DIONERGY LTD (Ireland); BC3 BASQUE CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE - KLIMA ALDAKETA IKERGAI (Spain); CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES ENERGETICAS, MEDIOAMBIENTALES Y TECNOLOGICAS-CIEMAT (Spain); REGION DE MURCIA (Spain); UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MACERATA (Italy); REDINN SRL (Italy); ASET (Italy); UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS (Cyprus); and MILITOS SYMVOULEUTIKI A.E. (Greece).


The KO meeting will be attended by Prof. Neil J HEWITT,ALICE Coordinator, Director CST, Ulster University; Joanna DRAKE, Deputy Director General for Environment; Richard ELELMAN, EIP Water Action Group City Blueprints; and Durk KROL, Director of the Water Technology Platform for Water. In addition, the project of ALICE will be presented by representatives of each of the partners involved.


In the next links you can find the Stakeholders Agenda and the Consortia Meeting Agenda.