The GREENER project has carried out a research and mapping of EU and Chinese polluted systems, having identified bioremediation technologies from other organisations. This search tool shows those found at a glance! If you want to include any other or make further recommendations and changes to the existing ones, please contact us on the email: marketing@sustainableinnovations.eu



Institution Name Site name Location Sample Type Target contaminant Bioremediation technology Point of contact
ACCIONA Soil with TPHs and heavy metals Toledo, Spain Soil TPH, Heavy metals Bioaugmentation/ Bioestumaltion/ Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) reponsabilidadcorporativa@acciona.es
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CARLOW Greencore: Former Irish Sugar Site Carlow Carlow, Ireland Soil TPH Bioaugmentation/Bioestimulation Hybrid technology (Phytoremediation/Bioestimulation & bioaugmentation - Ecopile) info@itcarlow.ie
TAUW Sediment of River Saale downstream of industrial area Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Sediment Heavy metals, PAH Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) info@tauw.de
TAUW Deventer Hospital Sneek, The Netherlands Water Pharmaceuticals (antibiotics) Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) info@tauw.de
TAUW Dyeing facility for 3D-print-parts Munich, Germany Water Chromium, Dyes Phycoremediation info@tauw.de
TAUW Major nonferrous melter 1 (Cu, Zn, Sn) Flanders, Belgium Soil Heavy metals Phycoremediation info@tauw.de
TAUW Major nonferrous melter 2 (Pb, Sb) Flanders, Belgium Soil-Water Heavy metals Phycoremediation info@tauw.de
TAUW Major nonferrous industry (copper and aluminium wireworks) Hemiksem, Belgium Soil-Water Heavy metals Bioelectrochemical systems (BES), removal and recovery of nanoparticles info@tauw.de
TAUW Metal refining industry Bade-Wüttenberg, Germany Water Metals Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) info@tauw.de
TAUW Contaminated site with pesticides Spain Soil-Water Pesticides Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) info@tauw.de