Introducing our first newsletter of the project MEDWwater

The first period of project MEDWwater is over. In this newsletter you fill find information about activities carried out during this period and the actual information about project related topics. The Newsletter has been produced and released with the financial assistance of the European Union. The content of the newsletter is the sole responsibility of

Presence of pharmaceuticals in wastewater studied within a large-scale project

To study the pollution with pharmaceutical active compounds in wastewater and water bodies in Latvia and Lithuania, scientists, researchers and experts from both countries have been working together under a joint project for almost two years now. The project “Pharmaceuticals in wastewaters–levels, impacts and reduction” is financed by the EU, and searching for a solution

Event “Pharmaceuticals in wastewaters – levels, impacts and reduction”

In the frame of the EU funded project “Pharmaceuticals in wastewaters – levels, impacts and reduction”, (acronym –MEDWwater, LLI-527) Kurzeme Planning region with Lead Partner – Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology Agency of Daugavpils University  and other Project Partners from Latvia and Lithuania – Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre, University of Klaipeda, State Agency

Description of the project “MEDWwater”

Project “Pharmaceuticals in wastewaters – levels, impacts and reduction” (LLI – 527) Acronyme: MEDWwater Project aims to increase the efficiency of pharmaceutical substances pollution management and to increase cooperation between governmental institutions and wastewater treatment plant operators. TARGET GROUPS: Ministries responsible for environment protection and planning; Environmental Quality Control Institutions; Local public authority and Planning

Live Lake project description

IMPROVING GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF LAKES IN KURZEME AND NORTH LITHUANIA (LLI-449) The project aims to increase efficiency of lake resource management and governance. Target groups: Local municipalities that are managing lakes or waterbodies; Ministries that are responsible for environment protection, fish resources, recreation and planning; Education and research institutions; NGO interested in or working