SWINGS Project

SWINGS project (titled "Safeguarding Water Resources in India with Green and Sustainable Technologies") started in September 2012 due to the interest of implementing integrated and optimized solutions for wastewater reuse in different areas of India. 

A consortium of 10 partners from Europe and 11 partners from India, consisting of R&D, companies, SME, NGO and local body organisations with complementary expertises to improve the water reuse and sanitation in developing regions in India using low cost, easy to adopt, sustainable and zero discharge methodology based on biological and natural systems.

The EU and Indian coordinator of the project are AIMEN Technology Centre and AMU (Aligarh University), respectively.

 

 

This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement Nº 308502.