WAYS China

In October 2012 the BMBF-CLIENT-China joint project WAYS  "Sustainable technologies and services for water and resource management at the upper Yangtze in Sichuan" was launched. Coordinated by the Research Institute for Water and Waste Management (FiW), 24 national and international network partners have assembled a cross-media project package of environmental technologies and services focusing on water and resource management.

Seven innovative service projects as well as three demonstration projects in the fields of 'urban water management', 'regional resource management', 'energy-efficient water infrastructure' and, planning imstruments for water management are initialized in thie one regional pilot project.

LAR AG is involved in the field 'planning instruments for water management' which concentrates on recommendations for the development and application of tools for water planning. For this project part LAR provided various measuring systems for the determination of sum parameters such as TOC, COD, TNb and toxicity. In addition, LAR supervises two mobile laboratories that are responsible for water quality measurements at different measuring points.

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Head of Projects
Dr. Ulf Werner Naatz


Monitoring station with stationary measurement station in front, Yibin/ Bin River
Monitoring station with stationary measurement station in front, Yibin/ Bin River
WAYS stationary containerized lab in Chengdu, China
Stationary containerized lab in Chengdu, China

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