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BRODISE

BROWNFIELD Decontamination In Southern Europe Brodise 

BRODISE project wants to mobilize public and private purchasers and networks of cities in the field of soil decontamination, not (just) to networking and to create awareness, but to put the innovation process in action, to understand in-depth the technology state of the art and the innovation gap to be addressed  by significant R&D, to structure and design a joint R&D procurement initiative, leveraging the complementarity of the consortium partners to bring together the demand in order to create a critical mass to acquire cost effective  and  innovative  solutions,  whilst  creating new  jobs  and  opportunities  for  business  growth  in  Europe, with particular reference to SMEs.



 

Start date: February 2015

End date: September 2016

Call: Horizon 2020-H2020-SC5-2014

Partners in BRODISE:

Ayuntamiento de Bilbao -Coordinator

Moragues And Scade Abogados SA 

Bedin Sara 

Associacao Parque De Ciencia E Tecnologia De Almada/Setubal-Madan Parque 

Municipio Do Seixal 

Ente Per La Zona Industriale Di Trieste

Consorzio Per L Area Di Ricerca Sci Entifica E Tecnologica Di Trieste Consorzio Area 

Baia Do Tejo, SA 

BC3 Basque Centre For Climate Change - Klima Aldaketa Ikergai

Fundacion Tecnalia Research & Innovation 

Cittalia-Centro Europeo Di Studi Ericerche Per I Comuni E Le Citta-Fondazione Di Ricerche Dell' Anci

Stockholm University, Stockholm Resilience Centre (SU-SRC)

Danube Delta National Institute for Research & Development (INCDDD)

Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag)

International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

BC3 Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3)

Key people involved in BC3:

Ibon Galarraga

Ignacio Palomo      

 More information: http://www.brodise.eu/servlet/Satellite/brodise/eng/home

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 This project has received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovations programme under grant agreement Nº 642045

 



 
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