The EU PathoCERT project aims to develop Emergency Response Technologies for Pathogen Contamination
Twenty-two partners from across Europe and Korea have joined forces in a H2020 European project with the overall objective to strengthen the coordination capability of the first responders in handling waterborne pathogen contamination events.
The project aims to identify waterborne pathogen challenges and assess how are they affecting the first responders. The outcome of the project is a set of practical technologies, tools and guidelines on how first responders should react to enhance the resilience of European cities to waterborne threats and challenges.
The tools and guidelines will be field-validated in five Case Studies in the Netherlands (Amsterdam), Greece, Cyprus, Spain and Bulgaria.
The following Watershare members are involved: EURECAT, KIST, KWR and NTUA