The general idea of the Less is More project was to test new, cost-effective technological solutions for the disposal of pharmaceuticals and other CECs, suitable for small and medium-sized wastewater treatment plants, and to disseminate information on new technologies to end users.
Project activities included the demonstration, testing and validation of solutions for the removal of micropollutants. The solutions have been tested to improve the energy balance by extracting high energy organic residual products from membrane filtration and reusing them for biogas production. The possibility of reusing treated water has also been reviewed. The project also resulted in a consolidated report on energy efficiency and profitability assessment.
During the event, the results of three pilot stations and a preliminary concept for the pharmaceutical disposal plant at the WWTP in Słupsk will be presented.
Schedule: 1 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Welcoming words and basic information about LiM project, 5 min, Beata Szatkowska
Results from pilot plant in Svedala, 15 min, Åsa Davidsson / Michael Cimbritz
Results from pilot plant in Slagelse, 15 min, Ulf Nielsen
Results from pilot plant in Kretinga, 15 min, Ola Svahn
Preliminary concept of pharmaceuticals removal in Słupsk, 10 min, Ewa Siedlecka & Bartosz Łuszczek
Webinar materialas/ materiały z wydarzenia do pobrania:
1 Introduction Local Event Poland
4 Kretinga Pilot
5 less is more PPP template Ewa Siedlecka
6 WSTĘPNA KONCEPCJA USUWANIA FARMACEUTYKÓW W OCZYSZCZALNI ŚCIEKÓW W SŁUPSKU BŁ