Madrid holds today the "Conference on the intensive exploitation of aquifers in Spain: challenges and technological solutions for efficient management." This event, organized by Aqualogy, brings together a total of 150 attendees and 20 presentations by leading figures in the world of research and innovation in the water sector as Manuel Cermerón (CEO Aqualogy), directors and technicians of the confederations Júcar and Guadiana or Tomas Michel (CEO Cetaqua).
The main theme of the day will be the results of MASE project, conducted at the Technical University of Catalonia and funded by the Aqualogy Foundation, under the responsibility of Emeritus Professor Emilio Custodio (who will give the conference). The project includes references and analysis on intensive exploitation of aquifers that have been carried out continuously in Spain for economic and social development in areas of water scarcity, and has involved the use of underground water reserves in -mining are renewable part of subterranean-- little water. The project will also collect the assessments by experts from government, universities and institutions in their hydrological, hydrogeological, economic, social, environmental and ethical aspects and its prospects.