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Talking to: Prof. Dr. Jan Hoinkis, HsKA (Germany)
How the idea of VicInAqua was born and what will be our main challenges – An Interview with VicInAqua's Coordinator
Talking to: Ms. Susan Clare Adhiambo, DALF (Kenya)
Susan explains what convinced DALF to get involved as project partner in VicInAqua and what benefits they expect from it
Talking to: Ms. Lanta Daniel, STIPRO (Tanzania)
What is there in VicInAqua for a research and innovation organisation of Tanzania and how will they contribute to more sustainability in water and food production in the country?
Talking to: Ms. Pauline Nakyewa, NARO (Uganda)
Bringing in aquaculture and field expertise from Uganda to understand and unveil the perceptions, potential and economic viability of MBR and RAS technologies within Lake Victoria Basin
Talking to: Prof. Bartolo Gabriele, UNICAL (Italy)
How do an Italian expert in organic chemistry and his research group contribute to VicInAqua's success? Find out more about what motivates partner UNICAL to take part in the project
Talking to: Poul Rosendorf, OxyGuard International A/S (Denmark)
Contributing expertise in monitoring and control equipment for aquaculture and extensive knowledge of RAS technology: Poul Rosendorf talks about OxyGuard's role in VicInAqua and the company's plans for Africa.
Talking to: Ms Kyra Hoevenaars, ABTG (Malta)
In addition to designing, installing and constructing the RAS, ABTG also played a major role in capacity building activities. Find out more about their involvement in VicInAqua and the good practices learnt from the project!
Voices on VicInAqua
Further members of the VicInAqua partner institutions have put a lot of effort and passion into the project. Read the statements of some of them to find out what makes the project work so rewarding!
Video: PB Membrane in action!
The core idea of VicInAqua is to develop, test and integrate novel technologies to enable the supply of clean water through a single wastewater treatment solution. An essential part needed to achieve this goal constitutes the PBM of the self-cleaning membrane bioreactor (MBR).
Partner ITM-CNR (Institute of Membrane Technology, Italy) was responsible for the creation of this technology for VicInAqua. In order to demonstrate the development and use of the membrane in the pilot plant at the InnovAgorà event in Milan, they created a video of the technology in action: