Urban water security in Latin America

Project Summary

13 August 2018

people posing for photo with Mapuche community leaders in a remote location

Bolivar Recycled Water Aquifer Storage & Recovery Trial site on the Adelaide Plains, SA. 2002. Credit: Bob Schuster on January 01 2002.

Sector: Science, Technology and Innovation

Country location: Brazil, Chile

Grantee: CSIRO

Project Description

CSIRO aims to transfer knowledge and build local capability and confidence in integrated water management and water recycling via managed aquifer recharge (MAR) in Chile and Brazil

Key activities of the project will include collaborative workshops conveyed by CSIRO with project partners including river management agencies (e.g. Juntas de Vigilancia), Latin American universities, public health institutes (e.g., Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil), and water utilities and professional industry associations (e.g. ALHSUD) with the aim of sharing knowledge and experience in integrated water management and MAR

We seek to build and strengthen international relationships between Australia and Latin America through the promotion of CSIRO’s innovation and science to build understanding, trust and influence.

Social media: https://twitter.com/CSIROChile

Council on Australia Latin America Relations grant offer: $33,000 inc GST

Total project value: $90,000

Last Updated: 8 August 2018