Portuguese tech firm AquaInSilico has been granted €60,000 (£54.6k) to develop a software to optimise wastewater treatment.
The tool will help remove phosphorus from wastewater in a more environmentally friendly way than traditional methods.
The recovered phosphorus can then be sold for use in fertilisers.
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