CITE AS: Pizzichetti, A. R. P, Pablos, C., Álvarez-Fernández, C., Reynolds, K., Stanley, S., & Marugán, J. (2020). Evaluation of membranes performance for microplastic removal in a simple and low-cost filtration system. Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, 100075.

We had our slot at the 
Science and Innovation Week

Do you want to know more about Microplastics?

Watch the video on Youtube!!

We had our stand at the online exhibition
Science is Wonderful

At the Science is Wonderful online exhibition, we had the opportunity to show our project other than having the pleasure to meet and know other European project. Check the following link, you are still in time to walk around the stands! 😉

Looking at our stand!

During our live presentations

About US

We are part of the REWATERGY Project!

REWATERGY is a Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate (EID) training network funded by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 research and innovation action.  (Project N. 812574)

Raffaella Pizzichetti


PhD Student in Chemical and Environmental Engineering

at the University

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

at the Company


Our goal is to provide safe drinking water at domestic level, from the point of view of microplastics, other contaminants of emerging concern and residual microorganisms, antibiotic-resistance genes (ARGs), and antibiotic-resistance bacteria (ARBs).