Emmanuel Trouvé / CEO, Nerovia

Last updated on profile page : July 17th, 2012

BIO

A graduate from Ecole nationale supérieure d'agronomie et des industries alimentaires (Nancy, France), Emmanuel Trouvé is currently CEO of Nerovia, a start up company aiming to provide sustainable recycling systems to selected industries, mainly based on innovative membrane applications.

He started his carreer as a researcher at Centre international de recherche sur l'eau et l'environnement (CIRSEE, SUEZ Environnement), before joining Orelis as a Sales & Marketing Director (2000–2004). In January 2005 he became Wastewater R&D Director at Veolia Environnement, a position he kept till April 2012, when he took a sabatical for developing Nerovia.

By Emmanuel Trouvé on ParisTech Review

Demain les stations d'épuration des eaux usées urbaines seront bien plus que des usines de dépollution. Elles produiront de multiples ressources : de l’eau réutilisable pour les besoins humains, de l'énergie verte, du bioplastique ou des matières minérales. Pour faire entrer l’assainissement dans l'ère de l'éco-économie, les chercheurs associent biotechnologies, biochimie et microbiologie avec génie des procédés et mathématiques appliquées.
Tomorrow, urban wastewater treatment plants will be more than just decontamination factories. They will also produce a wide scope of resources, from water reused for human needs to green energy, bioplastics or even mineral components. Wastewater treatment will be a key issue in the development of a green economy: researchers will be able to combine biotechnologies, biochemistry and microbiology with chemical engineering and applied mathematics.

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