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BEVI SICURO

31/01/2012

BEVISICURO (in English words DRINK WITH TRUST) is a network of projects promoted by two different research centres of the Università Cattolica, OPERA and the Research Center in Biotechnoloy (CRB) . The network is acting as a large folder of different projects: up to now the projects are founded by public (EuroPass, Regione Lombardia) and private (DowAgroSciences, Suez-Ondea, Syngenta, SprimItalia) bodies.

Its main objective is to contribute in building a common thinking about sustainability and valorisation of the water resource as key elements for the human health and for achieving a sustainable development.

This will achieved making implementing a model able to promote a sustainable and conscious management of the water resources guaranteeing an appropriate availability along cities, rural and industrial areas.

Bevi sicuro is an interdisciplinary project that deal with subthemes of the EXPO 2015 (the Universal exposition that will be hold in Milan in the second half of the 2015) and will be developed especially in the Lombardia and Emilia Romagna regions (Italy) until the beginning of the universal exposition.

 

In particular the project will focus on:

- Improving the safety and the quality in relation to the drinking water.

- Promoting good practices in water management.

- Educate to a correct use of water  to promote different life style

- Enhance the knowledge as fundamental cultural elements

Thus, there will be developed a series of different researches focused on the human safety, water quality, food education.


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