THEME 1 – Acting upstream on natural resource management in a context of climate change, for example by deploying solutions based on sobriety and nature or developing stormwater management solutions at source.
THEME 2 – Saving the resource: Secure supply by effectively limiting water losses, and act on water uses, notably by promoting solutions for better management and maintenance of water networks, or by supporting new tools promoting sobriety and designed for optimized resource management in private homes, industry and agriculture (reuse of treated wastewater, process changes etc.).).
Theme 3 – Strengthening treatment to sustainably improve the quality of water and environments, in particular by innovating in domestic and industrial wastewater treatment processes, innovating in phytodepuration and so-called remediation solutions.
THEME 4 – Transversal – Developing digital and data for resource management, including projects to acquire, compile and analyze data to manage resource volumes and quality, develop water consumption monitoring and control, and decision support tools.
It is possible to respond to either one or several of these thematic priorities in a single project.