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Exemplary energy efficiency introduced in Szczecin

The 3rd Capacity Development Workshop focused on the theme “Energy efficiency in WWT”. The workshop was organized in Szczecin, Poland on 7–8 June 2017.

Students on Grevesmühlen WWTP

Self-sufficient energy production on WWTP in Grevesmühlen

The last audit of the series planned for February – June 2017: we visit Grevesmühlen. Read the article to know how the plant looks like, what were the main challenges for the student audit group, and what is this all about.

Student audit team in Tartu

How do we perform the auditing of the plants

Latest news from the student audit group that visited three plants in Latvia and Estonia on 8–11 May 2017 and elaboration of how a typical audit day looks for our audit team.

Testing methods on lifelong learning

Estonian national knowledge-based communitiy EVEL (Estonian Waterworks Association) shares experience on organizing a piloting seminar “Operators’ Experiences”.

Reaching efficient performance on Wschód WWTP

During the last week of April the IWAMA student audit group met in Gdańsk, Poland for the third wave of audits.

IWAMA is key in Estonian water management

The Estonian Waterworks Association (EVEL) is currently working on the strategy for the water management in Estonia, and the IWAMA project is important for this process.

Nutrient recycling in the region

The Workshop on nutrient recycling in the Baltic Sea countries was organized in Berlin on 27–28 March. It involved presentations with examples frmo the region and two parallel sessions on manure and sewage sludge. First results of IWAMA activities in the Key figure collection process have been presented there by Mr. Taavo Tenno.

Student auditing team visits Kaunas and Daugavpils

The auditing of energy and sludge management at IWAMA WWTPs continues in Kaunas, Lithuania, and in Daugavpils, Latvia.

IWAMA launches student audits with first visit to Szczecin

Student energy and sludge audits of the wastewater treatment plants have been launched in the beginning of February.

Exploring possibilities of energy production in Boltenhagen

The 2nd International Capacity Development Workshop was organized in the framework of the IWAMA project in Boltenhagen, Germany on 14–15 February 2017.