Final event follow up: policy report and fact-sheets now available

Check out the lastest project updates after the final conference of SANITAS. 1. An extensive final report of the WP 4 explaining how the project can contribute to the objectives of the EU Environmental Policy: here 2. The fact-sheets of all the Individual Research Projects, highlighting research results and potential benefits of our research: here



Final programme of the SANITAS final conference now available

Final conference is around the corner! Check out our final programme bellow PROGRAMA FINAL final conference You are still on time to register, make haste, the is quorum is limited  



SANITAS final conference on 18th September 2015

Title:“Towards a sustainable and integrated urban water management in Europe and beyond: from science to policy” The final SANITAS conference will be held on September 18th in Barcelona (1 full day conference), starting at 09:00 and finishing at 18:00. The conference aims to integrate the research carried out in the project within the larger context […]



Last webinar of SANITAS fellows: Antonia Hadjimichael and Julian Mamo from LEQUIA (UdG)

Join us on Wednesday 29th of April 2015 at the last edition of the SANITAS webinars: the last fellows to present their results will be Antonia and Julian, ESR fellows at LEQUIA (UdG): Antonia Hadjimichael (LEQUIA – UdG), “Environmental benefits to society and sustainability aspects of wastewater treatment” Julian Mamo (LEQUIA – UdG), “The development of a […]



Webinar on Tuesday, April 14: Ramesh Varma and Kim Solon from Lund University present their results

Join us at the next SANITAS webinar, where two Lund fellow are presenting their research:  Kimberly Solon  – “A benchmark simulation model to describe phosphorus transformations in WWTPs” Ramesh Saagi  – “Towards system-wide Benchmark Simulation Model – Spatial extensions to BSM2″ For more information and invites to the online seminar, contact



New SANITAS e-seminar: Lara Paulo (Wageningen University) and Usman Rehman (Ghent University)

The next SANITAS webinar / e-seminar will take place this Wednesday, March 18th, 9:30 – 10:30 AM (CET). Two SANITAS fellow are presenting their research result:  Lara Paulo (Wageningen University) – “Anaerobic production of valuable compounds from H2/CO2.” Usman Rehman (Ghent University) –  “Understanding the effect of mixing in model calibration for wastewater treatment processes”.  To […]



Celia Castro (UGhent) and Fanlin Meng (Exeter) present their research online this Friday, March 6

SANITAS final results of the ESR projects are presented online this spring. The second webinar will be on the 6th of March, at 10:30 PM (CET) with presentations delivered by Celia Castro (Ghent University), “Simultaneous CH4 and ammonium removal from reject wastewater” and Fanlin Meng (University of Exeter), “The impact of innovative effluent permitting policy on […]



Final research results of SANITAS fellows presented during online seminars

This spring SANITAS is organizing a series of online seminars, whereby the Early Stage Researchers will present some of the results of their Individual Research Projects. The first two presentations took place on Friday, February 27: Laura Snip, DTU  – “Evaluation of predictive accuracy of a (micro)pollutant influent generator” Eliza Kassotaki, ICRA- “Removal of sulfamethoxazole via amonia […]



New SANITAS vacancy: 5 month grant for Early Stage Researcher at ICRA

SANITAS invites applications for a full-time research position at the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), Girona, Spain. The selected researcher is expected to undertake mobility in order to implement an Individual Research Project (IRP) and to participate in a sustained training programme. Deadline for applications: February 15th 2015 Title of the IRP: Biodegradation of […]



4th SANITAS Training Week in Girona

Welcome to the last Training Week of SANITAS. The event took place in Girona – 20-24 of October 2014 and brought together all the SANITAS fellows for an intensive course on Decision-making and Multicriteria for Urban Water Systems.  The event was open to very limited external participation, given logistic restrictions. The Training Week is organized […]