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New Research Projects
Friday, September 04, 2015
 
Contaminants of Emerging Concern inContaminants of Emerging Concern in Oued Souhil area, Nabeul, Tunisia:  occurrence in Irrigation water and implications (ECOSI), UNESCO Project on Emerging Pollutants in Wastewater Reuse in Developing Countries: Case studies on emerging pollutants in water and wastewater, 2015-2016 (5.500 U.S. Dollars, Funded by the UNESCO Programme and Budget for 2014-2015, Major Programme II, MLA6), approved in August 2015.N
During August, two Research Proposals in which Nireas-IWRC participates have been approved. These Projects are of high importance since they are collaborations with International partners from Australia and Tunisia.
 
The projects are:
 
Project Title: Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Oued Souhil area, Nabeul, Tunisia:  occurrence in Irrigation water and implications (ECOSI)

Duration: 2015-2016

Budget: 5.500 U.S. Dollars

Funded by the UNESCO Programme and Budget for 2014-2015, Major Programme II, MLA6), UNESCO Project on Emerging Pollutants in Wastewater Reuse in Developing Countries: Case studies on emerging pollutants in water and wastewater.

 

Project Title: Transfer and control of antibiotic resistant bacteria and their genes during wastewater treatment and reuse (IRGP 45)

Duration: 2015-2018

Budget: 300.000 Australian Dollars

Funded by the South Australian Government Premier’s Research and Industry Fund), Australian International Research Grant Program.

 
 Oued Souhil area, Nabeul, Tunisia:  occurrence in Irrigation water and implications (ECOSI), UNESCO Project on Emerging Pollutants in Wastewater Reuse in Developing Countries: Case studies on emerging pollutants in water and wastewater, 2015-2016 (5.500 U.S. Dollars, Funded by the UNESCO Programme and Budget for 2014-2015, Major Programme II, MLA6), approved in August 2015.
Transfer and control of antibiotic resistant bacteria and their genes during wastewater treatment and reuse (IRGP 45), Australian International Research Grant Program, 2015-2018, ( 300.000 Australian Dollars, Funded by the South Australian Government Premier’s Research and Industry Fund), approved in August 201