The fourth capacity development webinar of the IWAMA project is focused on the topic of Post- and Mechanical Treatment.
IFAT, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, is organized on 14–18 May 2018 in München. Presentation of the entire range of environmental technology products is available on the event, as IFAT covers the areas of water, sewage, waste, and raw materials management.
IWAMA Water Forum is organized in Växjö, Sweden, on 23–24 October 2017. The Water Forum aims to bring together representatives of various spheres in the water sector to learn the tools that can improve water management, to discuss solutions to common problems, and to communicate the needs of the field to cities’ authorities.
The 8th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region will take place in Berlin, Germany on 13–14 June 2017. As a part of the Forum, IWAMA has its seminar on capacity building and cross-border cooperation needs.
The 2nd capacity development webinar on the IWAMA project focuses on energy efficiency. This theme will be opened up through discussing automation, data utilization and sensors in wastewater treatment and will be followed up by the presentation on technical safety management.
Baltic Sea Future Congress organized in Stockholm, Sweden on 6–7 March 2017 offers an opportunity for action-oriented municipalities to come together and meet researchers, entrepreneurs and investors to discuss a long-term sustainable collaboration for the Baltic Sea.
The 1st webinar of the project features a range of presentations and following discussions. The first hour is reserved for introducing the development of the idea for the IWAMA project and presenting the current state of capacity building in the course of it. The second hour is focused on the presentation of resource efficiency in the wastewater treatment sphere.
The framework of the IWAMA project includes, among other activities, several workshops aimed at developing professional knowledge in the wastewater treatment sphere. The first workshop of the series will introduce identification of capacity development needs in wastewater treatment plants. It will take place on 20-21 September 2016 in Lahti, Finland.