Contribution to "Nanotechnology based Innovative Applications for the Environment"

On 24- 27 September 2017, the 2nd International Conference on Nanotechnology based Innovative Applications for the Environment was organised in Rome, Italy. The University of Palermo wasthere, to present their work within the REvivED water project. A poster was presented with the title: "Experimental Analysis of a Continuously Operated Reverse Electrodialysis Unit Fed with Wastewaters".

The Conference, organized by the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (AIDIC) in collaboration with the Department of Chemical Materials Environmental Engineering (DICMA) of Sapienza University of Rome, aimed at presenting recent scientific and technical advances in the field of nanotechnology application to the environment protection, including treatment of water, wastewater and residues.