Newsletter 5 - June 2012more >
Coming to Terms with Sustainability in the Sanitation Sector
This book presents the findings of the four subprojects of the 2011 Maastricht
University Research Based Learning (MARBLE) project on Sustainable Sanitation.more >
H20 Article (Dutch): Kennismakelaardij voor duurzame afvalwaterzuivering - No.11 - 2011more >
Newsletter 3 - April 2011more >
Wastewater Directorymore >
The technology Mapmore >
Seminar 1 Report
AICCRE, the Italian Section of the Council of European Municipalities
and Regions (CEMR), hosted the 1st Brussel Seminar of
the BESSE project.more >
From Broad Ideas to Local Solutions in Sustainable Sanitation - Five Explorations on Innovation in Wastewater Treatment
This booklet presents the findings of the five subprojects of the Maastricht University Research Based Learning (MARBLE) project on Sustainable Sanitation. Partially financed by a subsidy from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (the Sirius Program), the goal of Marble is to stimulate excellence in higher education by involving small groups of students in research projects. Marble emphasizes the connection between research and learning, the importance of (academic) community (the value of teamwork and collaboration), and the (societal) relevance of research to the wider community outside the university.more >
2nd Steering Committee Meeting, Castel Sant’Angelo, Italy
The second Steering Committee Meeting of the BESSE Project was held with the Italian Project Partner in Castel Sant’Angelo, in January 2010. The meeting was attended by all the project partners and generously hosted by the Mayor of Castel Sant’Angelo, Paolo Anibaldi.
Mayor of Pernik launches Bulgaria Pilot Project
A newspaper article that appeared in a Pernik newspaper announced the implementation of the BESSE project in Bulgaria.more >
1st Steering Committee Member Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria
In September 2009, the first Steering Committee member meeting took place in Sofia, Bulgaria in September 2009. The meeting finalise d the design frameworks for the project and mapped the way forward for the 9 Working Groups to implement the project.
In June 2009 Steering Committee members gathered at Maastricht University to craft the working relationship between all the organisations that make up the BESSE team. Ragna Zeiss (right, middle) is based at Maastricht University and leads the project as operational coordinator.