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LIFE PHARMA-DETOX

Demonstration of an innovative method for the detoxification of pharmaceutical wastewater from pharmaceutical facilities

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LIFE PHARMA-DETOX

Demonstration of an innovative method for the detoxification of pharmaceutical wastewater from pharmaceutical facilities

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LIFE PHARMA-DETOX

Demonstration of an innovative method for the detoxification of pharmaceutical wastewater from pharmaceutical facilities

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Partners

For the implementation of the project a strong partnership among pharmaceutical industry, universities and SME has been established.

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Actions

The benefits of the responsible use of pharmaceuticals in duration and quality of life are widely recognized.

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Objectives

The system will be able to treat the wastewater generated from pharmaceutical production activities.

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Expected Results

Save 10 m3 of potable water daily and 3,650 m3 yearly.

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LIFE PHARMA-DETOX PROJECT

Demonstration of an innovative method for the detoxification of pharmaceutical wastewater from pharmaceutical facilities. This project aims to the development and implementation of an innovative, economically viable and cost-efficient system for the transformation of pharmaceutical compounds, present in wastewater, into non-toxic substances. In this way, the environmental impacts occurring due to poor controlled discharge of APIs in the wastewater sewage system will be eliminated.

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Our project’s 2nd newsletter is published. Check HERE for more.

Our project’s 2nd newsletter is published. Check HERE for more.

NEVIS has crafted the noticeboard, containing comprehensive project information, in a straightforward and clear manner. Τeam members of the project beneficiaries having it installed at their premises.

LIFE PHARMA-DETOX

The project is co-funded by LIFE

The project is co-funded by LIFE, the EU’s financial instrument supporting environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects throughout the EU.

Our Project is also part of the LIFE projects that are co-Funded by the Green Fund. The project team would like to thank the Green Fund for co-funding the NTUA activities. More specifically, according to the Decision Number 242.4/2022 of the Management Board of the Green Fund, the amount of 60,000 Euro was approved for the year 2022.