LIFE PHORWater will show kids how to recover P from wastewater at EXPOciencia.

Next Saturday May 28th, University of Valencia organizes open houses for schoolchildren aimed to enjoy the science, with over 70 activities related to science and innovation, including physical and chemical experiments, environmental workshops and some magical games.

During its 8th edition, PHORWater will contribute with an exhibition on phosphorus recovery from wastewater as struvite and its value as fertilizer focused to families and general public. Especially kids, will be able to observe how to recover values as nutrients and energy from wastewater treatment plants while enjoining the morning.

PHORWater is an innovative project aimed to recover phosphorus from wastewater treatment plants within the LIFE+ financial contribution of the European Commision. The project is leaded by DAM-Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo with University of Valencia and University Claude Bernard of Lyon 1 as partners.

This activity aims to show wastewater not only as a residue but as a valuables product, raising awareness about phosphorus recovery and the benefits it brings.

More info at Expociencia

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