The AquaNES project team Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (AMU) organized a national stakeholder workshop on riverbank filtration on 19 October 2018. Over 30 practitioners, officials and researchers took part in the event.
The event was divided into two parts – plenary and field session. During the plenary session the AquaNES project, its assumptions, goals, and current results were presented. The field session took place at AquaNES project site - Mosina-Krajkowo well-field. A representative of Poznań waterworks (Aquanet) and AquaNES team were leading this session. The history of the water capture, reconstruction and current operation were presented. The participants could see all the objects of water capture and research points. The issue of natural water treatment and combined engineered solution was discussed.
During the workshop, the innovation of the AquaNES project research was highlighted.
19 October 2018
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