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Cetaqua, awarded at the go!ODS Awards for its contribution to sustainable development through innovation

– The REGREEN project, focused on promoting the use of reclaimed water, was one of the winning initiatives for its contribution to SDG 11

– Of the more than 500 applications submitted in this edition, promoted by the Spanish Global Compact Network and the Rafael del Pino Foundation, 17 winning projects were selected, one for each SDG

Cetaqua was honoured for one of its innovation projects at the final gala of the go!ODS Awards held last night in Madrid. The REGREEN initiative was awarded this prize, promoted by the Spanish Global Compact Network and the Rafael del Pino Foundation, for its contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the United Nations.

In addition, the European project FER-PLAY, in which Cetaqua also participates and which facilitates the adoption of alternative fertilizers to protect ecosystems, was a finalist in the SDG 17 “Partnerships for the Goals” category.

Reclaimed water, one of the keys to circular water management

The REGREEN initiative, developed in collaboration with Aigües de Barcelona, was awarded in the context of SDG 11 “Sustainable Cities and Communities”. This project promotes the use of reclaimed water for hydroponic agriculture in urban environments through a demonstration pilot. REGREEN’s experimental platform has been present in different municipalities in the metropolitan area of Barcelona, in order to raise public awareness of the context of drought in which Catalonia finds itself and promote the use of alternative water resources such as reclaimed water to ensure water resilience in the territory.

go!ODS Awards, innovation at the service of the 2030 Agenda

The go!ODS Awards are the benchmark awards for sustainability and the highest awards for innovation of the UN Global Compact Spain on the 2030 Agenda.