Cleaner waterin your village and around
VillageWaters project was targeted to scattered dwellings, which is the third largest source of the diffuse nutrient loads to the Baltic Sea. However, nutrient (phosphorus and nitrogen) reduction is not required for small wastewater treatment (WWT) facilities in every country. In order to support nutrients pollution reduction and to test implementation of improved wastewater treatment, nine pilots were constructed in project countries. The target groups that will use results of investment according to its nature are very different and represent end-users, policy makers, environmental authorities and producers of WWT technologies.
The services of the Information Tool are useful and practical for anyone who makes decisions about wastewater treatment issues. It can provide tailored information to a wide range of expertise and interests, thus benefiting a large number of users in the area of wastewater treatment.
The main end-users of the project results are households and people in sparsely populated areas. Other important beneficiaries are policymakers and authorities involved in the preparation of wastewater legislation, as well as environmental NGOs, technology, development and advisory SMEs, research institutes and municipalities.
The Information Tool will thus help to improve the state of local waters and the Baltic Sea and prevent increase in the overall environmental impact.
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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