The Consortium Partners have marked the first 18 months of SUBSOL during their Project Steering Board meeting in Copenhagen on 6 and 7 April.
Scenario analyses with a regional scale SEAWAT groundwater model indicate that 2 million m3 of freshwater can be produced at Noardburgum in a sustainable way by applying the Freshkeeper concept. Vitens aims at full-scale application of this SWS concept in 2018.
The Schinias case demonstrates how a currently unused resource, can be turned into a source for protection.
The first version of a subsol automated control unit was deployed at the Westland ASR-Coastal site to improve the infiltration and recovery process.
Recently, two interesting new papers on ASR-Coastal were published in peer-reviewed journals.
The developer of the Nieuw-Prinsenland greenhouse area in Dinteloord decides to expand the ASR-coastal system to enlarge freshwater supply.
Missions have been taken place to SubSol target sites. These missions were focused on awareness generation and assessment of the framework.
We would like to highlight some recent communication products produced in the Subsol project.
In December 2016 representatives from the SUBSOL project visited some replication sites to assess the state of replication and its drivers and barriers for preparing a meeting in Maneadero and present the project's innovative SWS.
Stakeholders at the Dinteloord replication site gathered to discuss the upscaling of ASR-coastal in the area
Subsol was presented via an E-pitch at the WaterInnEU platform
The Subsol consortium visited the Dutch cases to learn from the very first SWS experiences.
The last Dutch summer months were warm and dry, but the Freshmaker provided relieve.