TTZ Bremerhaven (TTZ), Germany:
TTZ Bremerhaven is a Technology Transfer Centre associated to the University of Bremerhaven (North of Germany) specialized in the fields of environment technology, biotechnology and energy. TTZ has a long experience in European projects management, as it has participated in more than 60 during the 5th Framework Program, including CRAFT, Thematic Networks, ETI, etc, either as co-coordinator or supporting the administrative management. In addition to its management capabilities, TTZ carries out applied research (mainly for and with SMEs) and has been or is involved in several European projects dealing with municipal and industrial wastewater treatment using different systems: membrane technology, conventional activated sludge, sequencing batch reactors, as well as other innovations project dealing with short rotation plantations, biomass production, sustainable agricultural management, new crops and new markets, etc. TTZ has taken part in more than 200 international research projects among which TTZ has gathered vast experience as General Coordinator. Additionally, TTZ has great expertise in biological wastewater treatment technology, running project on SRP potential in Asia (Bangladesh and China), sustainable agriculture management and alternative income generation; water management, with focus on integrated water and nutrient cycling; new crops for new markets.
Main role in the project:
Administrative and financial project management; TTZ organised the kick-off meeting in Bremerhaven and posed as the leader of the Work Package 6, Adapted Sustainable Sanitation Management System, where they gave a special contribution in the development of the decision making support tool (task leader 6.1); Additionally, TTZ was the responsible for the projects’ webpage establishment. With the support of TUHH, TTZ published at least one article regarding WP4 (Assignation of appropriate low-cost technologies according to characteristics of typical settlings) and, jointly with BioAzul, one article regarding WP6 (Design of decision-making support tool), and they gave seminars during the final NETSSAF Conference on the Results of the Adapted Sustainable Sanitation Management System and on the Definition of future joint activities for network solidification. The databases to the developed during the projects time frame was of the responsibility of BioAzul. Therefore, key actors and suppliers’ database platform and platform database online were constructed and maintained by BioAzul.
|Ms. Leonellha BARRETO DILLON|
|Address:||TTZ Bremerhaven, Environmental Institute|
An der Karlstadt 6