About the project | InnovEOX explained in 60 seconds (video) | InnovEOX papers | Latest InnovEOX blog posts



MAY 2021
InnovEOX project poster
The InnovEOX project provides high-level training in emerging wastewater treatment techniques to a new generation of high-achieving early stage researchers. InnovEOX deals with a topic of growing worldwide societal concern: the contamination of natural water resources with emerging pollutants.  
Learn more about InnovEOX on the project website or quickly understand the Why, the What and the How from the project poster.
InnovEOX project explained in 60 seconds
Explained in 60 seconds
Video by InnovEOX
The InnovEOX project consortium consists of 10 beneficiaries and 7 partner organisations from 7 countries
Chemical Engineering Journal Advances, 2021
by Rebecca Dhawle, Z.Frontistis, D.Mantzavinos, P.Lianos
Pharmaceutical compounds on the water streams and their impact on the ecosystems
What is LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) and why is it important
Why is there a pollution in treated water and how the micropollutants can be removed
79% of the plastic waste ends up in the ocean, landfills etc. where it disintegrates into microplastics
The novel SARS-CoV-2 has already been detected in wastewater and becomes a potential risk to human health
Using photocatalysts tto make the eAOPs more sustainable and eco-friendly
Water pollution is a severe worldwide issue due to increased population, accelerated urbanization, and rapid industrialization
The development of novel analytical techniques enable the determination of new contaminant categories down to the ng/L level
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
This project has received funding from the European Union’s EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 under Grant Agreement No 861369


Celestijnenlaan 200F, Leuven, 3001