[Complementary projects] The end of the Life ROEM+ project for the prevention of eutrophication

28 July 2016
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28th July, 2016 – You are invited to consult the Layman Report on the Life ROEM project, focusing on the field of the quality of water at source. This sets out to develop a viable, efficient and technologically innovative approach for the integral management of hydrographic basins to deal with the problem of the eutrophication of water bodies with associated toxicity in bathing and supply water.

The Cuerda del Pozo reservoir (Vinuesa, Soria) has been the epicentre of works carried out in the Hydrographic Basin of the Duero River. It is the only reservoir that regulates the Duero River at its head, supplying Soria with drinking water and partly to Valladolid, while supplying irrigation water for 26,000 hectares to its confluence with Pisuerga River. Surrounded by pine forests and at the foot of the Urbion peaks, it is able to draw in a good deal of tourism to enjoy the beaches created along its banks and surroundings. A water body that was at risk of breach of the Water and Bathing Water Framework Directive.

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 LIFE12 ENV/ES/000687

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