Soil as a problem area
What do we need to do in the future to keep our city safe, despite rising temperatures and extreme weather events? Engineering for Sustainability – our solutions for water management in cities, agriculture and industry.
Soil as a problem area
Hybrid Panel: „Blue and Green City of the Future“
22nd of March was the United Nations World Water Day. In our panel we look at water in the city – when it is scarce and when it is excessive.
We invited interested persons to discuss this topic with us.
Changing mindset – at naress tec we develop hardware, software and biochemically based products and models for resource conservation. The resource “water” is a focal point for us.
We live here, we work here, we have an impact here. As a green tech start-up from Mainz, cooperation with regional stakeholders is important to us. Sustainability is also regionality. Together we can successfully initiate and implement projects and achieve social benefits.
Our first Leuchtturm Project is already planned. We are looking forward to launching and to present it to you. Let us inspire you.
Title: Blue & green city of the future – Our Contribute to better solutions for water supply, sanitation and storm-water management
Time: Tuesday, 22 March, 2 – 5 pm
Address: Online via Link
- How can we raise awareness for water consumption
- Recycling and eco-sustainability
- Sustainable urban infrastructure
- Sustainable engineering
- Presentation of „Leuchtturm Project“
Topics within the CUBEs:
- Definition of water consumption
- Water-Management in the ancient civilizations
- Flooding prevention techniques
- Quality of water during the last decades
- Why recycle water?
- Blue and green city of the future – How to manage rain-water in a city
- Blue and green city of the future – how can the city administration, regional companies and citizens work together?
Katja Fritz – Host
Andrea Mussone is a master student of ecology and ecosystems with a bachelor degree in biological science. During his studies and practical courses he has studied and analyzed the relationship between the environments and living organisms, understanding the connection existing between them.
Christian Waidner is a member of the management team at PHYTEC Messtechnik GmbH, a middle-class, family-run company that develops embedded systems, i.e. electronic components and complete devices produced in the own facility in Mainz. PHYTEC products are used in a wide range of industries around the world, e.g. in coffee machines, electric bicycles, IoT devices and wind turbines. Mr Waidner’s area of responsibility is internal process optimisation as well as product development. He is a member of the supervisory board of PHYTEC Holding AG. “For me, it is essential to be able to influence the direction and goals of a company. My philosophy is based on asking questions – especially the uncomfortable ones, questioning everything, finding new solutions and implementing them.
Nerea Garcia Berriozabal is a Master in Architecture from the San Sebastian School of Architecture since June 2020. She has experience in Spanish architecture design and cooperation projects, as well as Viennese Residential design and Urban Master Plan development.
Frank Harsch is the mayor of the town Braunsbach in Baden-Württemberg. On 29 May 2016, the town of Braunsbach was severely damaged by the catastrophic flooding. In his book “Die Sturzflut” (The Flash Flood), Frank Harsch has recorded his experiences, thoughts and emotions of this event.
Hanna Alt is the founder of naress tec gmbh. She has many years of experience in engineering sales of embedded solutions. With the foundation of naress tec, she sees her task in IT- and biochemical- based solutions for water management and water recycling. “Water has always fascinated me. This resource is not self-evident and limited”.