Online tool for waste water infrastructure planning for the Drina river basin launched

Limnos in partnership with the Water Science Institute conducted an online training on the use of the Waste water management decision support tool for planning of municipal infrastructure in the Drina river basin. It aims at beneficiary countries: Albania, Kosovo, Northern Macedonia and Montenegro. Their future investments in wastewater collection and treatment will contribute to …

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LIMNOS sponsored national consultation on wastewater treatment under 2.000 PE (11.9.2020)

Limnos presented various wetland technologies for different problem areas in the country. Main conclusions of the consultation were: – Deadlines and requirements for wastewater treatment as defined under national and EU regulations must be respected – More funding support required for smaller settlements – Water reuse is a neglected aspect in the country, more focus …

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FramWat project finalised

Final FramWat conference was organised online in June 2020. The project was focusing on improving water balance and nutrient mitigation by applying small water retention measures N(S)WRMs. Limnos presented the methodology for cost effectiveness of small water retention measures on the catchment level. All presentations, held during the final event, are available here. The project …

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Wastewater treatment in the Danube

Limnos participated in the preparation of a study on the challenges of wastewater treatment in the Danube area. All possibilities of the implementation of natural treatment solutions in the Western Balkans are highlighted, particularly in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia. Nature-based technologies for wastewater and sludge treatment were already introduced to these countries. Being …

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New Limnowet constructed wetland in Montenegro

Limnos has implemented a new constructed wetland in the village of Vranjina on the shores of Lake Skadar in Montenegro. The capacity of the CW is 400 PE. The technology applied is mixed (horisontal and vertical flow) and satisfies requirements for tertiary treatment.

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Public utility training on NBS

In October 2019, experts from Limnos presented to the representatives of utility companies sustainable nature based technologies, that can be used for various problem areas. Particular emphasis was placed on trends in the field of constructed wetlands. The need for treatment and deposition of sewage sludge solutions is also increasing. With sludge drying reed bed …

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