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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 Networking Conference

New Delhi, 16-17 November 2016

Logo Teco brownlogo europaFlag of India.svgIn November 2016, at the India Habitat Centre, will be held the first Networking Conference of the Teco Project.

An opportunity to boost research and innovation collaboration between EU and India in the field of environmental sciences applied to the decontamination of polluted waters and soils.

 A hub to stimulate new opportunities for the private sector to deliver appropriate innovations which are able to provide solutions for local contexts even through a reinforced link between research and public institutions.
An open discussion to enforce the collaboration between a network of people with the same goals of preservation of water and soil resources in a social vision.

Representatives of public bodies and private companies, researchers, engineers, innovators and managers interested in starting up new Indo-European initiatives in the field of water and soil resources are invited to join the conference.

To ask for an oral presentation space at the conference please send an e-mail to TECO secretary, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download the invitation for details about location and general programme.

WssTP - Europe

Water Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform

WssTPWssTP was initiated by the European Commission in 2004 for Research and Technology Development in the water industry and was transformed into an independent legal entity under Belgium Law in 2007.

The valeus of WssTP are: innovation, expertise, professionalism and team spirit.

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Water4Crops - FP7 Europe

Wastewaters Reuse and Valorization with Enhanced Water Use Efficiency

water4cropWater4Crops is one of the largest Euro-India collaborative projects co-funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India and the European Commission (under KBBE.2012.3.5-03: Biotechnological wastewater treatments and reuse in agronomical systems).

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Indo-Italian Centre of Excellence

Eyes wide open on the EU-India Environmental Research

logo applicationThe pressure exerted by the development of human societies on the planetary environment is quickly increasing, widening the already dramatic series of implications on the quality of water, soils and bioresources, bringing the resilience capacity of many ecosystems very near to their breaking point.

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Research Focus

Environmental Impact of Fly Ash from Thermal Power Plants

FlyAsh disposalDuring the last few decades the disposal of fly ash generated by coal based thermal power plants has been a matter of concern on a worlwide scale.

Huge amounts of this by-product are usually deposited in ash ponds which have a remarkable environmental impact by counsuming vast areas of land and releasing dusts and leachates prone to contaminate the acquifers.

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New CNR-CSIR Agreement

CNR-CSIR Cooperative Programme 2016-2018

cnrCSIR bianco trasparenteIn May 2015 CNR and CSIR renewed the cooperative programme for the promotion and the diffusion of cooperation in scientific research and in the technological development in sectors of common interest.

The Programme started in 1995 and has been extended every three years since then.

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