The GiroNat project begins with the participation of ICRA

Girona City Council has been awarded the GiroNat project by the Biodiversity Foundation as part of the European NextGeneration funding. The project has a total budget of €4,200,000, most of which will be managed by the City Council to carry out renaturalisation projects in the city.

ICRA is leading two tasks with a budget of over €100,000. The first is the modelling and prioritisation of SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems) and the second is the scientific monitoring of a green wall for greywater treatment to be installed in the Sant Narcís civic centre.

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