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Research, Development and Innovation Plan

The Research, Development and Innovation Plan is the main document outlining EMASESA’s. research area, it creates a reference framework that coordinates the cross-cutting innovative activities and implements Research, Development and Innovation projects managed in a comprehensive and inclusive way. The Plan is rolled out as a series of actions points organised by themes, covering all the activities carried out by EMASESA.

Plan de I+D+i: Líneas de actuación

  • Water quality in reservoirs
  • Conservation and sustainable management of resources and biodiversity
  • Management and control of abstraction
  • Preservation of aquatic ecosystems
  • Oversight and control of pathogenic microorganisms
  • Control of contaminants
  • Water supply continuity assurance
  • Reduction in losses in the supply networks
  • Infrastructures conservation, maintenance and modernisation
  • Advanced treatments for the processes of drinking water and waste water treatment
  • Process automations
  • Maintenance and optimisation of the capability of processes
  • Parameters of the water supply quality
  • Nanotechnologies, new materials and new production technologies
  • Optimisation of sludge treatment
  • Management of sludge in ETAP (Water Treatment Centre) and EDAR (Waste Water Treatment Plant)
  • Compost: production and management
  • Agri-industrial applications
  • Sludge use in lands Future Community Directive
  • Technologies and business management systems
  • Efficiency in human resources management
  • Power supply through renewable energy
  • Power supply
  • Actions in: solar thermal, photovoltaic solar and hydropower cogeneration
  • Energy recovery in processes
  • Sludge energy valuation
  • Biomass application
  • Actions in hot sanitary water
  • Prevention of lack of demand as a quality resource in situations of drought
  • Flood prevention tools
  • Reuse of water
  • Risk management associated with extreme events
  • Management of water meters
  • Sustainable use of water
  • New products or services
  • Better Customer management and better relations with residents