In the BMBF joint project TRUST, new planning tools and integrated water supply and waste water disposal concepts are developed together with experts from various disciplines, using Lima/Peru as an example.
In the joint project TRUST, TZW is developing new planning tools and integrated water supply and waste water disposal concepts together with experts from various disciplines, using Lima/Peru as an example. This region is representative of many areas with water shortages around the world. An additional challenge for sustainable water resource management is the inadequate database on the quantity and quality of waters. The work in TRUST should help to achieve the sustainable development objectives for water set by the United Nations (Agenda 2030).
TZW will create the database in the collaboration with the Institute for Water and River Basin Management (IWG), the Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (IPF) (both KIT), the company OTT and local stakeholders. This culminates in a decision-making support and risk management system for water suppliers developed by TZW and Disy. The catchment area of a reservoir in Saxony is used as a test area to develop the methods and to investigate the transferability of the results with the Landestalsperrenverwaltung Sachsen (Reservoir administration of Saxony).
Together with the Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management at the University of Stuttgart (ISWA) and the engineering firm ipp, water supply and water recycling concepts are being developed to use the available water resources as efficiently as possible.
The ZIRIUS institute at the University of Stuttgart is coordinating the project, together with the consultants decon international, is identifying the stakeholders in the Peruvian water sector and possible conflicts of use, and is developing training measures.
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