Project-Archive

Archive of all projects with start earlier than 2007.

  • Persistent Trace Substances in Surface Waters (TRACE)

    Organic trace substances relevant for drinking water - elimination through bank filtration

    Context Persistent trace substances are emitted into…

  • Technology Enabled Universal Access to Safe Water (TECHNEAU)

    Drinking water production by bank filtration in take-off countries

    Worldwide the water supply sector is facing tremendous challenges. Ever…

  • Natural and Artificial Systems for Recharge and Infiltration (NASRI)

    Bank filtration and groundwater recharge are important treatment steps for drinking water production, e.g. in Berlin. The project…

  • Complex Ressource Ananalysis and Assesment (CREAM)

    A groundwater management tool for Berlin

    Summary The focus of the CREAM project is to develop and demonstrate necessary tools for responsible groundwater management. The first project phase includes the description of the techniques for successful and sustainable management of groundwater resources in the Berlin area as they are used by Berliner Wasserbetriebe (BWB) and Veolia Water (formerly Vivendi Water).  As a result of long-term monitoring in the catchment areas of the Berlin waterworks, the BWB have extensive water management data. On…