WE ARE A MODEL OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Cetaqua, Water Technology Centre, represents a pioneering collaborative model among the sectors of public scientific institution, university and water company. This model has been established as a European benchmark in the application of scientific knowledge to water management and the environment. Our mission is to anticipate society’s needs to propose new R&D&I solutions in order to ensure the sustainability and efficiency of the water cycle, while taking local needs into account.

WE ARE A MODEL OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Cetaqua, Water Technology Centre, represents a pioneering collaborative model among the sectors of public scientific institution, university and water company. This model has been established as a European benchmark in the application of scientific knowledge to water management and the environment. Our mission is to anticipate society’s needs to propose new R&D&I solutions in order to ensure the sustainability and efficiency of the water cycle, while taking local needs into account.

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Cetaqua ecosystem

The Cetaqua ecosystem is made up of 4 independent entities that follow the same structure, share strategy and work in collaboration:

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Cetaqua ecosystem

The Cetaqua ecosystem is made up of 4 independent entities that follow the same structure, share strategy and work in collaboration:

Cetaqua Barcelona was cofounded as the Water Technology Centre in 2007 by Aigües de Barcelona, the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC).
  • Cetaqua Barcelona received the National Research Prize for public-private collaboration in 2017.
     
  • In 2021 it was recognized as a Technology Innovation Support Center (CAIT) by the Ministry of Science and Innovation, through the Center for Industrial Technological Development of Spain. 

 

  • Its team includes two accredited advisors in the Circular Economy and Energy and Resources areas. The accredited advisor seal is awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya through ACCIÓ to identify the professionals who have the most suitable profile to offer personalized and expert support to companies through the programs offered by ACCIÓ.

 

 

More information about Cetaqua:

Memoria Anual Cetaqua Barcelona 2020 (Español)

2020 Annual Report of Cetaqua Barcelona (English)

Memòria Anual Cetaqua Barcelona 2020 (Català)

Cetaqua Barcelona was cofounded as the Water Technology Centre in 2007 by Aigües de Barcelona, the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC).
  • Cetaqua Barcelona received the National Research Prize for public-private collaboration in 2017.
     
  • In 2021 it was recognized as a Technology Innovation Support Center (CAIT) by the Ministry of Science and Innovation, through the Center for Industrial Technological Development of Spain. 

 

  • Its team includes two accredited advisors in the Circular Economy and Energy and Resources areas. The accredited advisor seal is awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya through ACCIÓ to identify the professionals who have the most suitable profile to offer personalized and expert support to companies through the programs offered by ACCIÓ.

 

 

More information about Cetaqua:

Memoria Anual Cetaqua Barcelona 2020 (Español)

2020 Annual Report of Cetaqua Barcelona (English)

Memòria Anual Cetaqua Barcelona 2020 (Català)

OUTSTANDING RESULTS

The European LIFE Nimbus project began in 2020 with the aim of proposing a green energy and transport model in Barcelona by promoting the eco-factory or bio-factory concept.

Through the recovery of waste water treatment plant waste (sludge) from the Baix Llobregat waste water treatment plant managed by Aigües de Barcelona, biomethane of sufficient quality will be produced, to be used as biofuel for public transport. At the same time, power-to-gas technology will be promoted as a solution for storing surplus renewable energy.

Project

LIFE Nimbus

Duration

September 2020 - November 2023

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aigües de Barcelona, Labaqua, Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

Web

www.life-nimbus.eu

The B-WATER SMART project seeks to optimize water reuse in Alicante and promote circular economy strategies by implementing a Living Lab. That's an innovation space open to the administration and end-users where they can co-create and experiment to address the challenges between the different territorial actors.

To this end, we will develop a digital tool for water resource management focused on reclaimed water, which will allow us to promote reuse in the territory. The project works on the development of solutions aimed at converting the wastewater treatment plant into a biofactory.

B-WATER SMART is a collaborative project, within the European Horizon 2020 (H2020) program, that includes 5 other Living Labs in Europe: Norway, Italy, Germany, Belgium, and Portugal.

Project

B-Water Smart

Duration

September 2020 – August 2024

Coordinator

IWW Water Centre (Germany)

Partners in Spain

Cetaqua, Aguas de Alicante, UNED-Cátedra Aquae, EURECAT, Turbulent

Other partners

LNEC, EURECAT, SINTEF, KWR, AQUAFIN, among others (35 partners in total)

We promote the circular economy through projects that seek to recover nutrients from wastewater to produce biofertilizers.

We have developed an innovative treatment train that allows the recovery of Nitrogen from wastewater in the form of ammonium salts by adsorption with zeolites and separation by membrane contactors, and Phosphorus in the form of struvite by crystallization. These technologies are being validated at full scale in the framework of the LIFE ENRICH and DIGESTAKE projects.

LIFE ENRICH has evaluated the suitability of recovering phosphorus before anaerobic digestion as a sustainable alternative to increase the amount of this non-renewable natural resource. In contrast, DIGESTAKE has confirmed the potential of liquid and gaseous effluents from anaerobic digestion of urban WWTP sludge to recover and valorize different resources.

LIFE ENRICH is a project co-funded by the European LIFE program. DIGESTAKE is co-funded by the EU's Fons Europeu de Desenvolupament Regional under the Catalonia ERDF Operational Program 2014-2020.

Project

LIFE ENRICH - Enhanced Nitrogen and phosphorus Recovery from wastewater and Integration in the value Chain

Duration

September 2017 – November 2021

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Emuasa, UPC, UPV, IRTA, Aquatec, Aigües del Segarra Garrigues (ASG)

Web

http://www.life-enrich.eu/

The European LIFE Conquer project was launched in 2020 with the aim of promoting sustainable irrigation in the region of Murcia, in order to prevent and mitigate water shortages.

The project will develop an innovative system that will make it possible to reuse phreatic water contaminated by nitrates and salts, maintaining the necessary nutrients and eliminating salinity, for the irrigation of parks and gardens.

This will contribute to the circular economy and zero waste through the use of different technologies. On the one hand, nanofiltration will separate the salinity from the nitrates, concentrating the salts in brines; on the other, reversible electrodialysis and electrochlorination will recover the brines generated and thus transform the concentrated salinity into valuable by-products such as sodium hypochlorite, known as bleach, overcoming the barriers that exist in the currently available systems.

Project

Life Conquer

Duration

November 2020 - January 2024

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aguas de Murcia, Aquatec 

Web

www.life-conquer.eu

The objective of the RESCCUE project is to improve the climatic resilience of cities. A resilient city has a greater capacity to anticipate and prepare, responding and recovering as soon as possible from climate threats, minimizing their impacts. To this end, RESCCUE provides tools to analyse the risks derived from climate impacts with a multi-sectoral approach, focused on the water sector. In this way, the aim is to overcome the current difficulties related to disinformation about the integration of the different urban services. These tools are being used in Barcelona, ​​Lisbon and Bristol as case studies since their climatic variability offers greater representation in European cities, allowing them to be validated in different contexts. It is a high-quality final product with application versatility in different territories. RESCCUE is the first research project, under the European H2020 funding program, on urban resilience with a large-scale application in Europe

Duration

May 2016 – April 2020

Partners

Cetaqua, Opticits, LNEC, Exeter University, FIC, Ajuntament de Barcelona, IREC, UN Habitat, Endesa, Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, EDP, Hidra, Bristol City Council, Aqualogy UK, Urban DNA, Águas de Portugal, École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris (EIVP)

Coordinator

Aquatec

Web

 

https://toolkit.resccue.eu/

The collaborative REVEAL project aims to collect data on the concentration of SARS-CoV-2 genetic material in waste water and assess possible correlations with the presence of the virus in the population to provide information that will help authorities better manage the pandemic.

The studies carried out in 2020 allowed the development of a PCR-based sampling and measurement methodology that has confirmed the presence of the virus’s genetic material in drainage water and at the inlet of Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP). This will be followed by further data processing to extract information on the pandemic’s evolution.

The project’s results helped create the City Sentinel solution, developed by Suez in Spain, which offers public administrations active monitoring of their waste water.

Project

REVEAL

Duration

April 2020 - February 2021

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Labaqua, Aigües de Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Aguas de Alicante, Aguas de Murcia, CASSA

RIS3CAT LISA seeks to apply precision agriculture to advance towards the efficient management of water, fertilizers and pesticides in crops, at the plot level and in irrigation communities. In addition, it optimizes remote sensing campaigns to monitor crops and identifies complementary on-site sensors. With them, cover crops present in the vineyard are characterized  to control tares. 

At Cetaqua we carry out tasks related to the combined analysis of information from sensors and satellite images, the use of predictive models for water supply/demand and the implementation of a planning model for agricultural campaigns at the irrigation community level. Therefore, a predictive model based on automatic learning techniques has been developed to forecast water availability and drought index, together with a tool for automatic analysis of remote sensing data.

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union within the framework of the 2014-2020 ERDF Operational Program of Catalonia, and by ACCIÓ through the RIS3CAT Community of Agri-Food Production Technologies.

Project

RIS3CAT LISA - Low Input Sustainable Agriculture

Duration

March 2018 – March 2021

Coordinator

Universitat de Lleida

Partners

Cetaqua, IRTA, Codorniu, Agropixel y Federació cooperatives agràries de Catalunya

Web

http://www.lisaproject.cat/introduccio/

The water distributed in Barcelona's network comes from different sources, such as the Llobregat River, the Ter or the Mediterranean Sea, through desalination.

The combination sources results in water with very different characteristics, which can cause changes in the organoleptic properties of the water supply or different alterations to components of the distribution network.

In order to provide a better response to these situations, the DOMA project has developed a chemometric model, based on physicochemical parameters of the water, which could potentially be implemented at points of interest in the Aigües de Barcelona distribution network. The model determines the origin of the water in real time, or the percentages of each origin in the case of binary mixtures.

Project

DOMA

Duration

July 2018 - January 2021

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aigües de Barcelona, ATL

First responders run the risk of being exposed to dangerous pathogens (such as norovirus, E. coli, and V. cholerae) during emergency response operations.

The PathoCERT project was born in response to the lack of availability and validation of technologies to operate during events such as floods, earthquakes, and rescue operations, among others. This project aims to strengthen the capabilities of first responders. On the one hand, by coordinating the responses of emergency teams to pathogen contamination events. On the other, by protecting and helping them detecting pathogens accurately and in real-time and improving the ability to control contamination events by mitigating risks.

Project

PathoCERT: Pathogen Contamination Emergency Response Technologies

Duration

September 2020 – April 2023

Coordinator

KIOS UCY

Partners

CETAQUA, NTUA, UMF, CET, CERTH, KWR, FhG, STWS, MLAN, AQQ, PHB, ENG, CSCP, WE, CCD, SPEIS, MOIB, WATNL, WYATH, HRT, SUNDO, KIST

 

The REGIREU project aims to obtain recycled water that fulfils quality standards in an efficient, effective, and sustainable way, at a low cost and without health risks.

To this end, innovative and globally competitive technologies have been developed and evaluated, such as the online E.coli analyzer, BACT, which has already been validated at the Gavà - Viladecans WWTP. A preventive tool to produce reclaimed water, installed in the distribution network of this in Sabadell to be approved. In parallel, sampling campaigns are being carried out at both WWTPs to carry out a microbiological characterization of the plants, as well as a microbiological risk assessment.

REGIREU is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union in the framework of the Catalonia ERDF Operational Programme 2014-2020, through the RIS3CAT water community.

Project

RIS3CAT REGiREU - Investigación en tecnologías de regeneración de agua y gestión del riesgo para la reutilización.

Duration

July 2017 – December 2020

Coordinator

Eurecat-CTM

Partners

Universidad de Girona ( LEQUIA), Instituto Químico de Sarrià, Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, Leitat, Aigües de Barcelona, la Aigües de Sabadell, SA (CASSA), Hidroquimia, Biología y Filtración, Chemipol and TEQMA.

Web

http://www.comunitataigua.cat/projects/regireu/

Caustic soda is a highly toxic by-product present in wastewater from the petroleum refining and petrochemical industries. This substance is difficult to process, as current treatment solutions are either unable to meet current regulations or are very costly. For this reason, large stockpiles of this hazardous waste have recently accumulated in refineries with no viable way to dispose of it.

The EPC-EqTech project aims to develop an innovative solution based on a water treatment plant that combines electrochemical technologies to create a system capable of processing caustic soda at a low cost and within legal parameters.

Project

EPC-EqTech 

Duration

November 2020 – July 2027

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aquatec, Dekra, Tüpras

The EVASENS project proposes to evaluate online multi-parameter sensors with different characteristics to ensure that drinking water meets the necessary quality requirements. For this, an evaluation has been carried out considering different perspectives (data quality, environmental impact, economic and return of experience) for its subsequent application and installation in the transportation and distribution network of Aigües de Barcelona. All this, in order to generate a series of selection criteria to choose the best analyzer according to the situation.

Project

EVASENS

Duration

February 2019 – January 2020

Socios

Aigües de Barcelona

Coordinador

Cetaqua Barcelona

This project aims to provide tools for water operators to assess, simulate, detect and manage a possible intrusion into their physical facilities or cyber-attacks. In 2019, an evaluation of several online sensors was completed for their application in the early detection of chemical and microbiological contamination in drinking water, which resulted in a set of recommendations for the selection and use of sensors in the distribution network. In addition, for the distribution network of Aigües de Barcelona, a support tool for operators has been developed, it recommends which intervention is best to be carried out in order to recover the service affected by breakdowns in the shortest possible time and to optimize, at the same time, operational costs

Project

STOP-IT Strategic, Tactical, Operational Protection of water Infrastructure against cyber-physical Threats

Duration

June 2017 – June 2021

Coordinator

SINTEF

Partners

Cetaqua Barcelona, Aigües de Barcelona, Aplicatzia Software House, ATOS, Bergen Kommune, Berliner Wasserbetriebe, BWB, DeWatergroep, Emasagra, Eurecat, Hessenwasser, ICCS, IWW, KWR, Mekorot, Mnemonic, Oslo kommune Vann, OYLO, PNO Innovation, RISA, Technion, Worldsensing, WssTP

Web

https://stop-it-project.eu/

We have evaluated a selection of AGBAR Foundation activities with Life Cycle methods in order to see their environmental and social impact. The impact of the Museu de les Aigües has been evaluated, as well as a selection of collaborative projects with different social organisations. For example, the Espigoladors Foundation's project seeks to reduce food waste and guarantee healthy food for vulnerable groups through activities to recover and distribute fruit and vegetables. In this case, 3,932 people have had access to 176,932 servings of fruit and vegetables, generating a large positive social impact on the local community valued at 1.5/2. In addition, the recovery of fruit and vegetables has led to a reduced water footprint (15,417 m3/year) and a reduction in associated emissions (632 kg CO2 eq./year).

Project

AGBAR Foundation: Sustainability indicators visualization

Duration

June 2019 - February 2020

Partners

Agbar Foundation

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Extreme water events are difficult to predict and have important implications for the water sector and its proper management.

In this regard, in 2019, the European H2020 IMPREX project concluded, which aimed to provide DWTP operators with the necessary tools and methods to be able to improve the prediction and management capacity of extreme meteorological and hydrological events in the water sector to be more resilient.

The project has shown that weather extremes and climate change impact on surface water quality in drinking water treatment plants (turbidity peaks due to extreme rainfall and pollutant concentration in drought situations). With these results, in 2020, Cetaqua has worked on transfer and replicability studies to develop an operational system for drinking water treatment plants.

Project

IMPREX - Improving PRedictions and management of hydrological EXtremes

Duration

October 2015 –  October 2020

Partners

KNMI, ECMWF, SMHI, IRSTEA, PIK, ARCTIK, IC3, MET OFFICE, TUC, UREAD, HZG, Deltares, IVM, aDELPHI, HKV, FW -Future Water, Cetaqua Barcelona, UPVLC - Politechnical University of Valencia, POLMIL - Politechnical University of Milan, CIMA - Environmental Research Foundation, GFZ, BfG - German Helmholtz Research Centre for Geosciences, WFN - Water Footprint Network

Coordinator

KNMI

Web

https://www.imprex.eu/

In addition to the implementation of 3 of the 10 measures identified for the "water-energy-waste" flows in its predecessor project “Gavà Circular,” the CIRCULAB GAVÀ project has encouraged a culture based on sustainable development.

The birth of two new initiatives is proof of this: the creation of a Circular Economy Innovation Hub, to contribute to and advance the transition towards the circular economy; and the participation of Gavà and Castelldefels in the Intelligent Cities Challenge network, promoted by the European Commission.

The latter has positioned both territories as benchmarks in innovation in Europe and will enable the promotion of measures that guarantee the growth, sustainability and resilience of the municipalities for the benefit of their citizens. It has also led to the launch of a new two-year public-private partnership agreement within the framework of the Circular Data-Driven Cities (CDDC) project.

Project

CIRCULAB GAVA

Duration

October 2020 - September 2021

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aigues de Barcelona, Ajuntament de Gava

The iON Plant project arose from the need to raise the technological level of operations in wastewater treatment plants to achieve greater operational efficiency.

To this end, during 2020, smart cameras were installed at key points in the plants, allowing operations staff to remotely track of the status of these critical areas.

In addition, the cameras were equipped with computer visualization algorithms that allow certain problematic operational events to be detected automatically, enabling rapid action to be taken when necessary. This capability is particularly beneficial for small plants with minimal operations staff.

Project

iON Plant

Duration

September 2020 - February 2021

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

AGBAR

The AcAnalytics project has analysed the use of five technological solutions available on the market, which allow progress towards predictive maintenance to improve the operation and maintenance processes of the Aigües de Barcelona network’s assets.

These technologies, provided by different suppliers and based on the use of electrical sensors and/or vibrations, have been installed in different drive units and under real operating conditions. The specifications of the installation, as well as the data collected and the reports generated by the supplier, have been analysed and audited by a group of experts from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC).

The project has provided insight into the strengths and weaknesses of each technology. A number of recommendations were provided for their strategic deployment in the main drive groups or in special case studies.

Project

AcAnalytics

Duration

December 2019 - December 2020

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aigües de Barcelona, Universitat Politècnica de Barcelona

The main objective of the European LIFE Pro ETV project is to promote and effectively implement Environmental Technology Verification (ETV).

ETV is a voluntary system that provides different stakeholders (technology suppliers, technology buyers, regulators, authorities, funders, and investors) with a streamlined approach to confirm the performance of innovative environmental technologies in an unbiased and credible way so that they can see the benefits.

In doing so, the project will help to increase the number of new environmental technologies brought to market and thereby reduce the environmental impact of both companies and public sector institutions in the European Union.

Project

LIFE ProETV

Duration

September 2020 – December 2022

Coordinator

The Institute for Ecology of Industrial Areas (IETU)

Partners

Cetaqua Barcelona, IOS, EIT RM, ENEA, INSAVALOR, KöVET, ZAG

Web

www.lifeproetv.eu

One of the environmental challenges of the mining sector is to achieve the reuse of all its discharges into the environment and to recover the high-value metals present in its wastewater.

The LIFE Remine Water project aims to develop a pilot-scale treatment system for the mining industry that will combine electrochemical and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) technologies to recover copper and zinc for reuse. It also contributes to the circular economy by reusing discharged water and recovering resources.

Project

LIFE Remine Water

Duration

Octuber 2018 – December 2022

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Matsa, NewHeat, IMN

Web

www.reminewater.eu

The MAGO project aims to establish the connection between research results and real market needs and end-user demands in the food security and water management in the Mediterranean region field, focused on climate change.

MAGO will develop WEMED, a collaborative platform with web applications for agriculture in the Mediterranean. The project goal is to contribute with new solutions for adaptation to global change, starting from the 4 countries where it will be tested: Tunisia, Spain, France and Lebanon.

Project

MAGO: Mediterranean wAter management solutions for a sustainable aGriculture supplied by an Online collaborative platform

Duration

February 2021 – April 2024

Coordinator

Cetaqua Barcelona

Partners

Aigües de Barcelona, CSIC and Área Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) in Spain, INRAE and LISODE in France, Universidad de Tesalia (UTH) in Greece, INRGREF and Ezzayra Solutions (EZZAYRA) in Tunisia, Universidad Americana de Beirut (AUB) in Tunisia, and Meta Anatolia de Turkey.

AREAS OF RESEARCH
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BIOFACTORY AND RESOURCE RECOVERY

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CRITICAL INFRAESTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE

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WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

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ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

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WATER 4.0

Water resouces management

 

Advanced solutions for integrated water resources management.

 

CHALLENGES

We have incorporated new data science technologies (Artificial Intelligence) and automated satellite image processing (remote sensing) to ​update basin-scale water budgets. In addition, we are committed to managed aquifer recharge (MAR) as a high-value measure to improve the quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies.

 

PRIORITY RESEARCH LINES

  • Climate services and conjunctive use of water resources.
  • Advanced technologies for water bodies assessment and remediation.
  • Managed aquifer recharge as a nature-based solution.
  • Water governance to effectively engage water users.
  • Application of data analytics and remote sensing on a river basin scale (hydro-meteorological forecasting).
  • Living Labs for smart basins: raising awareness about safe water reuse in water-stressed areas.

 

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Water resouces management

 

Advanced solutions for integrated water resources management.

 

CHALLENGES

We have incorporated new data science technologies (Artificial Intelligence) and automated satellite image processing (remote sensing) to ​update basin-scale water budgets. In addition, we are committed to managed aquifer recharge (MAR) as a high-value measure to improve the quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies.

 

PRIORITY RESEARCH LINES

  • Climate services and conjunctive use of water resources.
  • Advanced technologies for water bodies assessment and remediation.
  • Managed aquifer recharge as a nature-based solution.
  • Water governance to effectively engage water users.
  • Application of data analytics and remote sensing on a river basin scale (hydro-meteorological forecasting).
  • Living Labs for smart basins: raising awareness about safe water reuse in water-stressed areas.

 

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Governing bodies

The board of trustees

El Patronato es el principal órgano de gobierno, integrado por sus miembros fundadores, al que corresponde definir la estrategia, los planes anuales y los presupuestos, además de aprobar los proyectos y actividades principales, y supervisar la gestión económica.

Chairperson Ciril Rozman AGBAR
Deputy Chairperson Daniel Crespo UPC
Trustee Rosina López-Alonso Fandiño CSIC
Trustee Manuel Cermerón AGBAR
Secretary Fernando Tallarico AGBAR

The Scientific and Technical Comittee

Consejo Científico- Técnico es nombrado por el Patronato y actúa como un órgano asesor orientando el centro sobre las políticas de investigación, prestando asesoramiento técnico y evaluando las necesidades empresariales planteadas.

Chairperson Joan de Pablo UPC
Deputy Chairperson Maria Monzó AGBAR
Deputy Chairperson Antoni Ginebreda CSIC
Trustee Joan Grimalt CSIC
Trustee Javier Lafuente UAB
Vocal Manel Poch UdG
Trustee Xavier Obradors CSIC
Vocal Jesús Carrera CSIC
Vocal Ernest Bladé UPC
Vocal Ferran Marqués UPC
Trustee Joseba Quevedo UPC
Vocal Joaquín Pérez Novo AGBAR
Trustee Guilllermo Pascual AGBAR
Trustee Catalina Balseiro Aigües de Barcelona
Trustee Joan Ramón Morente IREC
Trustee Myriam García EURECAT
Contact

BARCELONA
Cetaqua Barcelona
Tel: +34 933 124 800
Crta. Esplugues, 75
08940 Cornellà de Llobregat,
Barcelona, Spain