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Historical backround of Pilot site.
Historical background of Pilot object
Existing wastewater treatment solution
Current state of the pilot
The renovation of the outdated WWT facilities was initiated by Salacgrīva Municipality and preliminary evaluation of technical condition was done by University of Latvia, including sampling and analyses of influent and effluent wastewater and preparation of Feasibility Study. Project partners have been contacted to discuss best available technical solutions and Pilot sites in Lithuania and Poland was visited to select best technology for additional nutrients removal.
What happens in the pilot
All kinds of inhabitants were interviewed to identify existing problems
The pilot site were visited to evaluate size and condition of territory available for construction of new WWT plant.
Water utility “Salacgrīvas ūdens” were interviewed to identify existing problems.
Project Partners have been contacted to discuss best available technical solutions and Pilot sites in Lithuania and Poland was visited to select best technology for additional nutrients removal.
Due to the long technical design and wastewater treatment technology approval process with Reginal Environmental Board the construction of new wastewater treatment facility was started in late 2018.
The construction of pilot object was funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 and Salacgrīva District Municipality.
VillageWaters suggest most effective wastewater treatment solutions in scattered dwellings households, which use their own, independently operated water purification systems.
Environmentally oriented families and homeowners, who live in scattered dwellings areas, where connecting to larger wastewater plants is not option because rural distances.
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