Education to protect our waters from
microplastics and micropollutants.

School and scientific education is a key factor for more participation in innovations, higher ethical standards, and sustainable action. We are committed to helping learners become responsible citizens. Our educational mission is to promote innovative solution research and critical thinking. We integrate social, economic, ecological, and ethical aspects into our actions and behaviors We want to strengthen our commitment to environmental protection.

We are a member of the National Pact for Women in MINT Professions.

Under the motto “ „MINT vernetzt“, decision-makers from business, science, associations, media, and politics work together to win over girls and young women for careers in science and technology.

Insights into previous educational projects

Wasser 3.0 bookED: The water cycle in digital format.

Among the new, diverse possibilities to make teaching and learning in the natural and environmental science subjects exciting and vivid, independent experimentation, the use of explanatory animations and the installation of digital media, especially for schoolchildren, come to the fore.

bookED pursues the goal of involving pupils, teachers as well as university lecturers and student teachers equally in the development of new digital learning materials in a unique project.

The didactic differentiation and elaboration are carried out by cooperating teachers in the lead, as they know the day-to-day business.

Wasser 3.0 NUT Caching: A sewage treatment plant learning experience

NUT caching describes a new form of interdisciplinary knowledge transfer that combines the subjects of natural sciences, environmental sciences, and technology. In our flagship project about wastewater treatment, we at Wasser 3.0, together with the waste disposal and business operations of the city of Landau (EWL), have put together interactive content and course processes that are made available for a holistic on-site teaching / learning experience for a wide audience.

The focus is on context-oriented sensitization and related knowledge transfer. The location-based knowledge transfer experience is developed in such a way that it can be transferred to all municipal sewage treatment plants but also to most wastewater treatment processes (sustainability).

Our educational projects can only be carried out thanks to the support of sponsors and donors. Thank you for the financial and active help in realizing our projects!