Demonstrator Project supported by EIT Climate KIC
Bluebloqs has the potential to transform the entire urban water infrastructure into a decentralised grid of circular water systems. By 2030, the urban water demand will be supplied by a portfolio of local water sources, powered by nature.
• Collection of stormwater run-off from paved surfaces, such as roofs, streets and parking. • Retention measures at ground level to temporary retain the collected stormwater. • Treatment of the collected stormwater by means of bio-filtration techniques within Bluebloqs Biofilter. • Storage of the purified water in the deeper sand layers via infiltration wells. • Reuse of the infiltrated water for different applications, such as irrigation of sport fields and urban green, industrial processes or reducing heat stress
This circular water system has the potential to generate water resources within the urban fabric, ensuring you green parks, great sporting pitches every season, and good quality water for industrial use
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