The ZeroPollution4Water Cluster: Full Steam ahead after successful launch
After its inaugural appearance at the Water Knowledge Europe event on October 19th in Brussels, the ZeroPollution4Water Cluster is moving forward with its activities. As a coalition of seven projects, the ZeroPollution4Water Cluster aims to increase collaboration and work towards preventing groundwater contamination due to climate change impacts, safeguarding drinking water quality, with a focus on DBPs, through innovative monitoring and treatment solutions.
The Cluster brings together six Working Groups dedicated to different topics: Research and Innovation, Management and Coordination, Policy Development, Communication, Technology and Innovation, and Data Management and Sharing. The work within the Working Groups harmonizes the results and outputs of all the projects, avoiding duplication of efforts and facilitating the achievement of the Cluster’s goals.
The Cluster is coordinated by Water Europe, with the support of the European Commission’s Research Executive Agency (EC REA), and adopts a holistic approach through the potential integration of other initiatives towards the achievement of the Zero Pollution strategy.