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TRUST sustainability framework now available

The sustainability framework for TRUST is using the internationally recognized “triple bottom line” dimensions (social, environmental and economic) as the main dimensions while adding two supporting dimensions (assets and governance) in order to make explicit two important dimensions for complex infrastructure-based systems like urban water cycle systems (UWCS).   Assets are associated...

Master Framework for UWCS sustainability & self-assessment tool

Sustainability is a key topic within the TRUST project. In order to support consistency in the understanding and assessment of UWCS sustainability across all TRUST activities, a reference document outlining a common definition of sustainability and a common set of dimensions, objectives and criteria has been developed. It should be noted that this is not considered as the only...

TRUST work area ‘Future Water Policies & Integrated Tools’ structured its work

The main responsibility of the work area ‘Future Water Policies & Integrated Tools’ is to ensure that TRUST provides a coherent set of tools, directly applicable by water professionals, enabling an effective transition to urban water cycle systems (UWCS) of the future.   Therefore, the main objectives of the internal work area meeting that took place on the 6-7 November 2012 in...

TRUST pilot cities magazine released

TRUST is a very ambitious project. Transitioning from the current situation of urban water services to an ideal vision of a near future requires a clear path, the right tools and, above all, the will to make the right changes. Cities participating in TRUST share the determination of leading the way for the water services of the future. As project partners, the participating cities will be...