A collaboration focusing on sustainable development echoing FGWRS’s mission
FGWRS was mentioned during the signing of a framework partnership agreement between the Princely Government of the Principality of Monaco and France’s National Centre for Space Studies (Centre National d’Etudes Spaciales Français) – thereafter referred to as CNES – on 14 November 2023.
This strategic collaboration aims to explore opportunities offered by space solutions and technologies to support public policies, attractiveness, environmental challenges, and the promotion of scientific skills.
H.S.H. Prince Albert II committed to a substainable development
It demonstrates the unwavering commitment of H.S.H. Prince Albert II to Monaco sustainable development. It is a symbolic step for Monaco in the space domain, allowing for:
- Exploring innovative opportunities
- Contributing to the resolution of Monaco environmental challenges.
We were delighted to see FGWRS mentioned in the Princely Government of the Principality of Monaco press pack as follows:
“FGWRS is a Monegasque start-up that was hosted by the MonacoTech incubator; it designs and markets greywater recycling stations (from showers, washing machines, and sinks). Their technology stems from research by the European Space Agency (ESA). Their goal is the preservation of drinking water resources, with over 80% of greywater recycled. The start-up envisions offering its technology for space exploration.”
The collaboration between Monaco and CNES promises technological advances and reinforces the commitment to sustainable development, a value strongly backed-up by Monaco and FGWRS.
Check these two media:
- “Space: Space Technology in the Service of Humanity” (short video from Monaco-Info TV channel)
- Press release (in English) from the Princely Government of the Principality of Monaco