Adapted software tools SOMA 2 for predicting the behaviour of micropollutants and SIPHON for energy efficient siphon well operation are available here.
The AquaNES Decision Support System captures a variety of the project knowledge to guide utilities and authorities in their decision to implement a cNES.
Understanding the importance of policy and other boundary conditions. D5.1 provides a map of EU governance systems and analysis of leverage points.
Benefits beyond treatment from cNES. D5.2 presents a full report on the ecosystem services analysis from selected AquaNES demonstration sites.
Guidance documents on the potential value of citizen science (D5.4) and gaming approaches (D5.5) for implementation of cNES and to promote stakeholder engagement
Design recommendations for combining constructed wetlands with engineered pre- or post-treatments – findings from existing guidelines and demonstration cases (D3.3)
Reducing the discharge load of nutrients or pharmaceuticals into surface water. D3.2 reports options to deploy constructed wetland based cNES.
Do cNES combining constructed wetlands and engineered treatment deliver water quality suitable for water reuse? D3.1 gives answers taking into account existing and planned new regulations.
The AquaNES Project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 689450
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