Funding Organisation: French Ministry of Research - French Ministry of Industry - ANVAR (French Agency for Innovation) - French Ministry of Ecology
Country of origin: France
What type of research is funded? Applied
Projects based on defined research needs (programme driven) or an open call (demand driven)? Demand Driven
Total budget:  40 Million EUROs
Funding rate by programme:  53%
Programme start year: 
Duration of programme: 4 years
Programme open for funding of international participation:  No
Programme has ongoing or terminated international projects:  No
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Long Description: 
The “Water and environment technologies”  network launched in year 2000, caters to the needs of players concerned with water and its environment. Activities 
are focused on R&D projects associating industry and research institutions. The network, open to the scientific, industrial and technical communities,
strongly encourages the participation of small- to medium-sized companies. The network’s activities are of four main types: - approval of R&D projects - definition
of strategic orientations and selection of priority topics - organization of scientific and technical events, such as thematic workshops to present or assess
work progress - knowledge diffusion and enhancement, e.g. through workshops and congresses. The approved projects are then directed for financial backing
to the network’s partner Ministries (responsible for Industry, Research and Environment). The “Water and environment technologies” network instigates
projects that develop products, applications, and innovative services - part of a logical response to socio-economic demands. The network aims to: - harness
water evolution in the various environments where it circulates - promote the rational use of water resources - develop treatment technologies - preserve
water quality

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