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IWAMA aims at improving wastewater management in the Baltic Sea Region by developing the capacity of the wastewater treatment operators and implementing pilot investments to increase the energy efficiency and advance the sludge handling.
  • Linnaeus Eco-Tech 2018


    2018-11-19 (All day)

    The conference Eco-Tech 2018 is organized in Kalmar, Sweden, 19-21 November 2018.

  • IWAMA Webinar: Special edition


    2018-12-04 10:00

    The IWAMA project organises the 5th webinar on 4 December 2018 10.00–11.30 EET.

    More information about the topics follows soon!

  • IWAMA Final Conference in Turku


    2019-01-30 (All day)

    The Final Conference of the IWAMA project is organized in the city of Turku, Finland, on 30 January – 1 February 2019. The event is hosted by the UBC Sustainable Cities Commission.

Capacity development activities in IWAMA are focused on enabling structured lifelong learning and expertise exchange of the specialists working in the field of wastewater treatment.

One of the IWAMA aims is applying energy efficient technologies in the wastewater treatment sector to reduce nutrient impact in the Baltic Sea Region.

Smart sludge management is an important step to reducing loads of nutrients and hazardous substances to the Baltic Sea.

Involvement for the clean Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea Challenge network promotes awareness of the state of the Baltic Sea and inspires organizations in the region to join the initiative to make the shared sea resource clean and productive.