Activities

IWAMA Workshop on Solutions in Modern Municipal Wastewater Treatment

The first of two planned SEED project workshops took place on 28 May 2014 in Tallinn, Estonia, and gathered more than 50 representatives of wastewater treatment operators and associations, municipalities and academia.

Participants had a great opportunity to learn about the cooperation needs of wastewater treatment sector in Russia, Poland, Baltic and Nordic countries, and Germany, and listen to expert presentations on challenges in municipal wastewater treatment related to capacity development of operators, energy efficiency, maintenance and sludge handling. You can check the selected presentations below.

PDF iconneeds_of_wwt_sector_russia_-_m._begak_saint-petersburg_srces_ras.pdf
PDF iconneeds_of_wwt_sector_russia_-_o._rublevskaya_vodokanal_of_st.petersburg.pdf
PDF iconneeds_of_wwt_sector_poland_-_z._sobocinski_gdansk_water_foundation.pdf
PDF iconneeds_of_wwt_sector_finland_-_m._levomaki_turku_wastewater_treatment_plant.pdf
PDF iconneeds_of_wwt_sector_germany_-_r._schuler_german_water_and_wastewater_association.pdf

PDF iconpossible_co-operation_in_capacity_development_-_j._kilpi-koski_ladec.pdf
PDF iconpossible_co-operation_in_energy_efficiency_-_m._barjenbruch_technical_university_of_berlin.pdf
PDF iconpossible_co-operation_in_municipal_sludge_management_-_t._tenno_university_of_tartu.pdf

However, the main focus was on discussions and experience exchange between participants. The workshop had successfully fulfilled its main objective - jointly developing ideas for a new transnational co-operation project that would focus on activities in the three abovementioned key challenges.