It is the water management company owned by the citizen services group FCC and by the Australian ethical fund IFM Investors. The company is the largest water company in Spain, the fourth in Europe in terms of population served and ranks amongst the top ten worldwide, according to the newest Global Water Intelligence report (August 2019).
Aqualia is a benchmark in the sector and stands at the vanguard as a specialized, transparent and innovative entity. It´s main activity comprises 3 major areas among which it creates synergies in knowledge, methodology, research and development, working with local partners and administrations: integral management of public water services, design and construction of all types of water infrastructures, global solutions for the use of water in industry.
The company has its own R&D area, working for innovation and development of new technologies. Currently, its R&D area has developed 5 new products and process as well as new patented technologies. Aqualia has broad knowledge specialized in environmental services (such as WWT, sludge management and biogas reuse). Its experience on coordinating EU projects supports its capacity to lead LIFE INTEXT. Its intervention would be essential in order to select the project location, get the required permits for the construction and operation of the project prototypes, replicate and transfer the technologies for further implementation and spread disseminate and communicate the project concept, objectives and results.
AIMEN is a Non-Profit private association and an innovation and technology center. It provides research and technology services related to advanced materials and manufacturing processes, robotics & control and environmental technologies.
AARHUS UNIVERSITY (AU) is the second largest University in Denmark with about 40,000 students. 8,000 employees and a scientific production of around 12,000 publications a year. The section of Aquatic Biology is part of the Department of Biology of the faculty of Natural Sciences. The section focuses in aquatic ecosystems, limnology, ecophysiology of aquatic plants in waters, the use of wetlands for water pollution control, decentralized wastewater treatment, emergent pollutants, gas emissions from wastewater treatment systems and recovery of resources from wastewaters.
The section has over 25 years of experience in the use of wetlands for the mitigation of water pollution. Extensive research has also been done in the removal and recovery of nutrients from wastewater.
AUTARCON GmbH is a Germany based for-profit SME. The vision of the company is the supply of technologies for the decentralized water treatment in remote rural regions as well as upcoming urban and peri-urban areas that can be operated without the external Supply of energy and chemicals.
CENTA is a public foundation promoted by the Regional Ministry of the Environment of Andalusia (Spain) that currently plays a major role in the water sector, performing diverse functions and tasks aimed at promoting better management of water resources with an innovative, sustainable and supportive approach.
Future Intelligence (FINT) is a highly innovative Group of Companies specializing in Information and Communication technologies (ICT). FINT has built an IoT enabled ecosystem of hardware and software (FINoT Platform) that expands horizontally and vertically providing value-added services for Smart Cities/ Agriculture/ Bio-economy and other Industrial domains. Recently, FINT offers Edge computing capabilities that accelerate Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence algorithms’s.
Commercial PROJAR is the parent company of Projar Group, a conglomerate of companies dedicated to agriculture and environment with more than 30 years of experience. Projar is present in Spain, Portugal, India and Sri Lanka and develops business and services in all continents.
SYNTEA is a French company specialized in wastewater and sludge treatment for collectivities and agri-food industry. More than 20 years ago, the company pioneered constructed wetlands with integrated sludge management for domestic wastewater treatment. This technology has reached international recognition. Syntea has designed or built more than 1500 plants with this technology, and conducts R&I projects in order to improve discharge levels (total nitrogen and pathogen removal) and adapt the technology to industrial effluents or combined sewer overflow.
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It is the Spanish affiliate of SYNTEA FR. SYNTEA ES has been created in 2001 and has now more than 100 references in Spain.
LIFE INTEXT is a project co-funded by the European Union under the LIFE Programme Grant Agreement nº. LIFE18 ENV/ES/000233
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