Have you ever wondered where the water in your tap comes from?
Did you know that good quality water resources are constantly decreasing due to climate changes and user conflicts?
The depletion of drinking water resources is a tremendous problem almost everywhere in the world.
At the same time, there are more and more frequent heavy rains and floods, bringing huge amounts of water that we do not store.
Eight DEEPWATER-CE partners are working together to build a joint water resource management strategy, including retention of excess water from periods of heavy rainfall that can be used to recharge groundwater.
As part of the DEEPWATER-CE project, pilot studies will be carried out in four countries (Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia) to examine available managed aquifer recharge solutions to develop the best methods and guidelines for Central Europe and the rest of the world.
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The first Project Coordination Meeting of the DEEPWATER-CE project will take place in Katowice. It is organized by the University of Silesia in Katowice (PP4) in cooperation with the project Lead Partner. The sessions on the first day will be dedicated to work packages T1 and T2. The next day at the Project Steering Committee Meeting on November 21st, partners will be updated among others on the project’s communication issues, financial status, and actual project management.