On 20th of November, the Consortium of the PORTABLECRAC project held their third presential meeting. All partners of this project met in La Nave (Madrid) to explain, discuss and decide what has been done until now and what is going to be done from this point. Partners implicated in the more technical work packages (WP1,
Portablecrac’s partner Alicante University participated in this Conference, communicating the PORTABLECRAC project to the attendants. The Conference aimed to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research developments on carbon science and applications. It was divided into 10 different topics under which different poster session were carried out.
PORTABLECRAC, an European project that gathers 7 organization from 3 different countries (Spain, Italy and Portugal), has just started. PORTABLECRAC project has the purpose of developing an environmentally friendly and economically beneficial technology to regenerate the activated carbon used in small and large industry for water filtration. Major focus will be in the adaptation of a
As part of Portablecrac Project, Universidad de Alicante (UA) accompanied by EMIVASA, visited an EDR plant in Gandía and a Drinking Water Treatment Plant, La Presa. The aim of these visits was to show UA a bigger scale of the technologies that are being studied in the project, electrochemical treatment and activated carbon filtration. Firstly,
The partners of the Portablecrac project (Portable solution for the electrochemical regeneration of activated carbon) met on April 24th in Madrid, in La N@ve of Villaverde, to hold a meeting with the aim to share common progress and results of the project. With the support of the Madrid Council and the responsible people in La N@ve Villaverde-Madrid, in
On October 10 – 11th, 2017, in Alicante (Spain), the consortium of PORTABLECRAC project gathered at University of Alicante to hold the first meeting of this just started project. Nicolas Segebarth , the Project Officer of PORTABLECRAC attended to this meeting representing SPIRE (Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency). The project Officer commented different technical and administrative issues