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New colleague starts with project pharmIn2

Our new colleague Jasmin Mundackal has started her project to treat wastewater produced by the Indian pharmaceutical sector.

The project's objective is to deploy and commercialize an innovative technology (a3op®), created by project partner up2e!, designed to efficiently treat complex wastewater primarily produced by the pharmaceutical sector in India. To ensure the project's success and sustainable market growth, a range of marketing strategies are employed, including workshops, training courses, participation in trade fairs, and information events, aimed at raising awareness and disseminating knowledge about the technology. The introduction of this advanced technology brings environmental, economic, and societal benefits to India.

The project receives funding from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety, and Consumer Protection (BMUV) under the Export Initiative for Environmental Protection framework program. BayInd collaborates with the Institute for Sustainable Water Systems (inwa), up2e! Ltd, and Paques Environmental Technology India Pvt Ltd as its partners within this program.

Find more information on the project here.

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