Early October, iFLUX was invited to Copenhagen at NICOLE's annual workshop on 'Groundwater Management on Contaminated Sites'. NICOLE is a leading forum on industrially co-ordinated sustainable land management in Europe, promoting co-operation between industry, academia and service providers on the development and application of sustainable technologies.
The overall objective of NICOLE is to pro-actively enable European industry to identify, assess and manage industrially contaminated land efficiently, cost-effectively, and within a framework of sustainability.
Traditionally, the Innovation Award is awarded every 2 years. Of a total of 15 submissions, iFLUX succeeded in convincing all present NICOLE members and the jury, represented by academics (Hans-Peter Koschitzky), industry (ISG chair and vice chairman Paul van Riet & Roger Jacquet) and environmental consultants (SPG chair and vice president, Rick Parkman & Phil Crowcroft) of our technology and winning the NICOLE Innovation Award 2017.
The full story can be read here. Our abstract and pitch can be downloaded below.