The Energy and Water Agency is currently participating in an ENI-CBC MED project called MEDWAYCAP. The project was launched last December in Thessaloniki.
MEDWAYCAP aims to consolidate knowledge on the management of non-conventional water (NCW) in the Mediterranean region by setting an open platform for Best Practice (BP) inventory, where everyone can present their BP according to a predefined model that will allow classification and structuring.
At present the inventory to showcase best practices related to the management of non-conventional water resources is being developed. Once complete, the inventory will be used as an open platform to enhance dialogue with different entities from the EU and MENA regions and promote new synergies between partners is being developed
As part of the preparatory process for the development of this tool, we would like to invite you to share your best practices in the management of non-conventional water resources and click here to fill in a survey.