Vernissage of MEDWAYCAP exhibition in Syracuse: a unique occasion to discover how to treat and reuse water


During the international event 'Mediterranean green transition towards climate change adaptation and circular water management', organised within the NAWAMED project held in Syracuse from the 3rd to the 5th of October (more info here), the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for the Sustainable Development - SVI.MED will launch the MEDWAYCAP traveling exhibition.  


It's an exhibition designed to travel through at least some project partners countries, such as Tunisia and Jordan (to be hosted by the project partners countries, starting from Tunisia and Jordan). The core of the exhibition is a collection of solutions, case studies and methodologies with a special focus on non-conventional water use at urban and rural level. Ready-made prototypes and customized scale models, demonstrating how some of the processes such as constructed wetlands system work, are showed in an easy way to reach both technicians and the general public.


The aim is to inform and to raise awareness engaging the visitors. The proposed solutions modules are supported by videos, projections and soundscapes. The exhibition will be opened by the performer and astronomer Angelo Adamo. The visitors will then tour the exhibition under the guidance of the experts who have designed and built it, architect Marco Terranova from Senzastudio, the young eco-designers from OKU and the graphic and web designers from Hypebang. An amazing team that merges passion and expertise to create a unique experience! 

It's possible to visit the exhibition until the 28th of October writing to SVI.MED.: 

Here all the info about the event and the available brochure.