RecoLab in international media

Our waste and sewage reflect a society that is constantly evolving and presenting new challenges. We must address these challenges with flexible and rapid adjustments in processes and technical expertise.
Through the testbed at Recolab, we anticipate these changes. Our ambition is for the trials conducted in the testbed to develop tomorrow’s technology, which can be implemented in facilities worldwide.

There are a lot of exciting tests going on at Recolab. Over the past year, the testbed and the research conducted there have been featured in international media, most recently on CNN as part of their story, “Is it time to revolutionize the toilet?”

Another example is an article in GWI Magazine on utility performance:

“Small but mighty: how leading utilities are taking circularity to the next level.”
NSVA and Barwon Water are paving the way on circular economy initiatives despite their relatively small size, which turns out to be an advantage in stakeholder engagement. (PDF)

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