NORDIWA, the Nordic Waste Water Conference is organized in Aarhus, Denmark on 10–12 October 2017.
The Conference is the leading Nordic event for water professionals – experts and practitioners, managers and operators: utility staff, city planners, researchers, engineers, advisors and others with an interest in wastewater management and climate change adaptation in the Nordic region. Special focus this year is on wastewater management in the Baltic Sea Region.
Several topics are introduced for the programme of the conference. Among them, new approaches to wastewater treatment, integrated approach to the sewage system, adaptation to consequences of a changing climate, and other. The event will also include workshops, technical tours and side events. Check the full programme of the event.
The event will start with presentations of challenges, solutions and actions. During the opening session, UBC Sustainable Cities Commission will introduce their approach in the presentation "Cooperation to improve water management in the whole Baltic Sea region".
Further, IWAMA will be presented during the conference through the prism of its key activities. To learn about our approach to capacity building, join the discussion "Capacity development for the WWTPs in the area of Baltic sea – Case IWAMA" introduced by Sami Luste from Lahti University of Applied Sciences on 10 October 14.00–15.20 in the "Future WWTP" session.
Further, the audit concepts for energy and sludge will be presented by our partners from Technical University of Berlin and University of Tartu respectively during the session "Baltic Sea (WS) - Challenges and Experiences" at 16.00–17.30. Stefan Rettig will present there "Energy audit concept reflecting energy-nutrient-nexus in BSR", and "Developing sludge audit concept for the Baltic Sea region" will be approached by Markus Raudkivi.
Find more information about the event, registration details and practical information on the website of the conference.