ecoSTP - EcoTechnologies for Wastewater Treatment

Technical, Environmental & Economic Challenges

25-27 June 2012
Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James, Chemin de Saint Jacques, Jackobsweg, O Caminho de Santiago, Il Cammino di Santiago). The routes leading to Santiago are busier than ever with pilgrims from all over the world, resulting in a fusion of languages, customs and a continual cultural exchange. Santiago de Compostela old town is very beautiful, harmonious and well preserved and hosts its five-centennial university, one of the most prestigious universities in Europe.

Santiago de Compostela is also a contemporary and competitive city. Internationally renowned architects such as Hejduk, Siza or Rossi have left their trace in Santiago. The American architect Peter Eisenman has developed his new project: the City of Culture (Cidade da Cultura), which is a reference of an outstanding cultural and architectonic complex.

Other suggestions, from former visitors in "Things to do" or in "Things to visit".

Official sponsors

Abengoa Water
Aqualia
Aqualogy
Augas de Galicia

Supporting Entities

Infoenviro
Plataforma Tecnológica del Agua
Retema
Tecnología del Agua
IWA International Novedar_Consolider Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad