Envit Ltd. successfuly completed the POSIDON PCP Phase 2

POSIDON PCP Monitoring Board gave satisfactory and successful completion assessment of Phase 2

We can proudly announce that consortium Envit and ARHEL successfuly completed the POSIDON PCP Phase 2. POSIDON PCP Monitoring Board unanimously gave a positive assessment. Envit would like to thank to a POSIDON PCP Monitoring Board and all involved the for their guidelines and work. We are ready for Phase 3!

POSIDON is a project that has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N. 776838. POSIDON challenge is to address the lack of public demand driven innovation in the soil decontamination sector in Europe. This is needed to close the gap between supply and demand for innovative solutions. Pre-commercial procurement (PCP) has the potential to be an effective demand side innovation action par excellence. The common challenge faced by the POSIDON buyers’ group is identifying a soil (and eventually groundwater) remediation new, life-cycle, cost-effective technology, preferred as in-situ (and eventually on-site), to be capable of decontaminate heterogeneous anthropogenic soils in brownfield, composed by a mixture of industrial waste (like filling soils highly polluted by Petroleum Hydrocarbons) and soils consisting on clays and sands, highly polluted by Petroleum hydrocarbons (TPHs and PAHs), and heavy metals.


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