Workshop inspired by the project Reucity - Innovative technologies for resource efficient cities
Friday 19th May 2017
Hotel Samba, Francesc Cambó 10, Lloret de Mar
In Mediterranean touristic cities the water demand is increased by 5-10 times in summer, when the fresh water sources are at their minimum. In turn, higher water consumption results in bigger wastewater generation and an overload of existing wastewater systems. The project REUCITY (Innovative technologies for resource efficient cities) led by LEQUIA research group of University of Girona has delivered tools, technologies and knowledge for decentralized and efficient management of water in close relation to food and energy, and has tested them in a real environment, hotel Samba in Lloret de Mar. This workshop will present the main findings and results and create a framework to discuss new strategies for sustainable water management in touristic installations with experts and stakeholders involved (university researchers, water utilities managers, companies - technology providers, touristic facilities owners and managers).
The workshop is organised by LEQUIA research group of the University of Girona.