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TECO Project 2014 - 2018

Technological Eco - Innovations for the Quality Control and the Decontamination of Polluted Waters and Soils 


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Logo Teco brownlogo europaThe project TECO has been approved within the EU cross action with India dedicated to support research and innovation partnership.

The impact of industrial development on the environment has been often severe and many times dramatically destructive. Today the most advanced technologies based on a better understanding of natural processes and the discovery of new materials and analytical techniques can help to recover critical situations linked to the overexploitation of natural resources.

TECO project is funded by the European Union - Delegation of the European Union to India in collaboration with the EuropeAid Cooperation Office - and is dedicated to the implementation of EU-India exchange of experts and innovators in the field of technological eco-innovation applied to the pollution of soils and waters and to the improvement of their quality.

The project is coordinated by CNR (National Research Council, Italy) with the partnership of NEERI (National Environmental Engineering Research Insitute, India)

TECO will be active from December 2014 to December 2018.


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TECO Joint Workshop 2017

New Delhi, 2-3 November 2017

JointWorkshop invito1 smallJoin us to share the EU-INDIA TECO Project outcomes and to discuss new opportunities for Indo-European joint research on innovative technologies for water and soil quality control and restoration.

As a special event partner the Delegation of the European Union to India presenting the joint EU-INDIA Call on Water Cooperation, launching on 27th October 2017.

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Ganges river is a "person"

India court gives sacred Ganges and Yamuna rivers human status

Cammerini GangeBBC - A court in northern Indian has given the Ganges and Yamuna rivers the status of "living human entities".

The high court in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand said this would help in the "preservation and conservation" of the highly polluted rivers. It added that the "legal status" ensures that polluting the rivers would now amount to harming a human being.

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TECO Networking Conference

New Delhi, 16-17 November 2016

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The first TECO Networking Conference was held with great success on the 16th and 17th of November 2016, at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

Representatives of public bodies and private companies, researchers, delegates from European Embassies, and high level representatives of istitutional centres participated with the common goal to start up and reinforce collaboration between EU and India in the field of environmental sciences applied to the decontamination of polluted waters and soils.

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TECO Team at RemTech Expo 2017

Ferrara, 20-22 September 2017

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TECO partecipated at RemTech Expo 2017 in Ferrara, the most specialized event in Italy on contaminated sites remediation and territory protection and requalification.

TECO Team was present in the exibhition area and promoted the ongiong opportunities linking Europe and India to the qualified and diversified community of EXPO.

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RemTech Expo

Ferrara, 20-22 September 2017

RemTechRemTech is the most specialized event in Italy on contaminated sites remediation and territory protection and requalification.

Its target audience is a qualified and diversified community, comprising private companies, public bodies, universities and research centres, associations, professionals, industry, oil sector and real estate.

It is characterized by a very accredited exhibition area, a high-level technical and scientific conference session, training courses for operators, authorities and decision makers.

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Change in the leadership of TECO Project

A new Project Manager for TECO

SpadoniZacchiniFrom the first of July 2016 a new Project Manager of TECO Project has been nominated, his name is Massimo Zacchini.

Former Project Manager of TECO Project, Massimo Spadoni, is now steadily in New Delhi with the diplomatic assignment of Scientific Attaché at the Embassy of Italy.

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