EU ROUND UP

KEITH NUTHALL
THE SUPPLY and quality of water services and their environmental management have been near the top of the research agendas of institutions of the European Union this year, with the European Commission's directorate generals (DG) for research and the environment being particularly active.

DG research has recently revealed that a prototype system which can separate potentially dangerous chemicals from industrial waste water is being developed by a consortium funded by the EU's Fifth Framework research programme. Involving research teams ...


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