TRITECH ETV TRITECH Environmental Technologies Verification

Country: EU Projects
Start Date:   1/9/2006         Duration: 36 months         Project Type: Acompanying Measure
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Organisation Type:  University research group / research institute
Topics: 
Contaminated land-->Risk management-->Verification
Project objectives:
The overall aim of the TRITECH project is to establish a mechanism to objectively validate the performance of innovative environmental technology products; 
this will ultimately lead to new environmental technologies being introduced into the market place at a much quicker rate. The TRITECH project concentrates on three technology areas; soil remediation, waste water and energy related technologies. The project partners have
been brought together to provide the necessary expertise in each of these specialist areas, ensuring a successful outcome. TRITECH is also keen to engage the
appropriate stakeholders to actively influence these outcomes, and will seek stakeholder input at every available opportunity. Whether you are a technology
developer or user, a potential test centre offering services, an investor in environmental technologies or you just want to find out more, we would like to hear
from you.
Project Summary:
TRITECH ETV (Environmental Technologies Verification) is a pilot project to develop an EU wide scheme for validating the performance of environmental technologies, 
and is funded by the European Unionís Life Environment Programme. For technology providers and vendors, persuading the market of the environmental benefits of a particular technology can be a difficult and daunting one.
This is especially true for Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs). The links between the provider and the purchaser need strengthening to instill both
confidence and acceptability for all parties.
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Weblink:
http://www.lifeetv.com/index.htm
Funding Programme(s): 
LIFE Environment
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Submitted by: EUGRIS Team Professor Paul Bardos  Who does what?  26/10/2010 18:58:00