On 30 November 2020, the SMART.MET consortium announced the two companies that have passed the selection procedure for Phase 3 of the pre-commercial procurement (PCP) that will involve the ‘development of a test series and field testing’ of innovative smart-metering solutions.
On 17 November 2020, Eau de Paris announced the winners of the second edition of its "Défis Innovation", or Innovation Challenges, a call for innovative solutions conducted in partnership with the Richelieu Committee.
The second episode of the Netflix documentary “Down to the Earth” is dedicated to showing Paris water management and supply system.
On 26 September 2019, Eau de Paris announced the first summer harvest of honey from the apiary set up at the Montsouris drinking water reservoir, in collaboration with the France Société Centrale d'Apiculture (Central Beekeeping Society). Four hives were installed on a dedicated surface of 140 m². The action is
On 29 May 2019, the operator from Paris, Eau de Paris launched a new initiative to tackle single-use plastic pollution and make Paris the first city with plastic waste-free water through a change of habits and citizen mobilisation. Noting that, each year, in France, 8,7 billion litres of water are
On 5 September, Eau de Paris (France) launched street art exhibition in Paris. This year's street art competition took place throughout the summer with the theme ‘Water in the City’. Four hundred and thirty candidates participated and three winners were announced at the opening of the exhibition. The exhibition will
In the framework of the APE Water Erasmus programme, members of Scottish Water’s personnel travelled to Paris in August to exchange on the supply of water in public spaces. As Paris is currently deploying forty new water fountains in the city, Scotland is also planning on proposing the installation of
On 27 June 2018, the SMART.MET project launched its request for tenders, a chance for innovative companies in Europe to submit their offers for the development of cutting-edge technology for water smart metering. Funded under the Horizon 2020 programme, with a budget of €3,240,000, the SMART.MET project aims to promote
At the end of November last year, two staff members from Gruppo CAP (Milan, Italy) spent one week with Eau de Paris (Paris, France) to exchange practices about, amongst others, leak detection, drinking water treatment and energy recovery. Following this first experience, staff from Eau de Paris visited Gruppo CAP