Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor

CRTE - Unit Water
Technoport Schlassgoart
66, rue de Luxembourg
4002 Esch-sur-Alzette

Contact person
Tom Gallé
Phone: +352 42 5991-4616


Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor

Institution Profile

Created in 1987, the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor’s main aim is to promote innovation in both the private and public sectors by offering a large panel of services and activities: R&D projects, technology transfer, technological assistance and consulting, high level training and qualification, doctoral research, animation of innovation networks, high-tech business incubation.

The 'M³ Project' will be carried out by the Resource Centre for Environmental Technologies (CRTE), which is one of the Centre’s eight departments. The CRTE was set up in 1997 by a collaboration agreement between the Luxembourgish Ministry of the Environment and the CRP Henri Tudor and became fully operational in January 1998. At a national level we are an environmental adviser and provide technical assistance without performing any legislative or regulatory function. The projects of CRTE in the water sector are related to the management of the urban water cycle. The working topics are in line with the national priorities. A particular importance is thus attached to research work, supporting the transposition of the Water Framework Directive (Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a framework for the Community action in the field of water policy). The adopted methodology is in line with CRTE's overall approach of an optimized management of substance and energy flows. 

Contact person at CRTE

Tom Gallé
Scientific Coordinator

Mr. Tom Gallé is the coordinator of the 'M³ Project'. He successfully managed a five year research project funded by the Luxembourgish research fund (FNR 01/03/08 FluxAlzette) and is currently coordinating a project involving several partners at national level.