By collaborating with academic benchmarks as well as professional associations, businesses and the public sector, we can ensure that we are working on innovative, robust and relevant solutions that add value to society as a whole.
The Aqua Research Collaboration (ARC) is a European model for collaborative water cycle research. The association was founded in 2010 by five applied research centres, including Cetaqua, with the aim of jointly strengthening knowledge about water processes, conducting excellent research, promoting the application of scientific knowledge and supporting more efficient and sustainable management of this resource.
EsAgua is a pioneering water footprint initiative in Spain promoted by Cetaqua and the Water Footprint Network. It was created in response to the growing need for water footprint information (WF) to achieve a more sustainable and equitable use of freshwater. This network serves as a meeting point for institutions interested in the water footprint, as well as for raising awareness of the concept and promoting sustainable water management.
At Cetaqua, we create innovation ecosystems that make it easier for centres, teams and professionals to share visions and goals to do effective work with more robust and valuable results.
We combine the scientific rigour of universities and research centres, the influence and positioning of associations in current trends, the vision of companies in the real economy and the knowledge of public authorities.