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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.
  • National events


    2019-02-28 (All day)

    Five national dissemination events are planned in IWAMA to promote locally the project results and outputs. All events are organized in local languages and supported with translated IWAMA outputs.

    Finland, Lithuania, Estonia, Sweden – check the dates and come to learn about practical products of IWAMA!

  • IWAMA Final Publication


    The Final Publication of the Baltic Sea protection commitments finalized by the IWAMA partners is ready now!

    Read about the achievements of our partners and get inspired to take proactive role in protecting the sensitive environment of the Baltic Sea.

  • Tested training materials on smart energy and sludge management


    Capacity development actions in IWAMA aimed at increasing the opportunities for lifelong learning in the field of the wastewater management, particularly for WWTP operators. Capacity development and lifelong learning tools are now available.

    Read the report on lifelong learning in the region, check an interactive package with training materials for wastewater management, and play the test version of WWTP game!

  • Key figure data for energy and sludge benchmark


    Comparative benchmarks demonstrating wastewater treatment performance in the Baltic Sea Region in terms of energy efficiency and sludge handling.

    Get familiar with the reports! Polish, Russian and German translations are added.

  • Current trends and future aspirations in the wastewater sector


    The IWAMA project Final Conference organized on 30.1.–1.2. in Turku brought together more than 100 participants to discuss the wastewater sector and how to make it smart and efficient.

    Check materials from the conference: presentations and the photo gallery are now available!

  • Disseminating IWAMA results and outputs for the German stakeholders


    The first national dissemination event took place on 28 February in Rostock, Germany, gathering over 75 participants representing water companies and wastewater treatment plants, academia and research institutes as well as technology providers and engineering companies.

    The event provided thematic and functional background of the transnational IWAMA activities, and presented in details the achievements of German partners.

Capacity development activities in IWAMA enable structured lifelong learning and expertise exchange of specialists working in 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.