Viimsi Municipality has been continuously planning and implementing various storm water systems. Viimsi is currently establishing sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) in a number of sites with the help from LIFE programme-financed project UrbanStorm.
In the CleanStormWater project, the main role of TalTech in this project is to carry out the piloting activities and support the municipalities in the design, planning, construction, and implementation phase.
Ivar Annus, CleanStormWater project manager Nils Kändler, CleanStormWater leading expert
In the CleanStormWater project the City of Riga is represented by the City Development Department of the Riga City Council – the leading municipal institution in the field of strategic, spatial and land use planning and implementation of projects related to sustainable urban development.
Water and Environmental Engineering Research Group is one of the 27 research groups in Turku University of Applied Sciences. The group has 15 years expertise on water protection, marine environments, and wastewater treatment.
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) founded in 1827 in Stockholm . Currently, there are ongoing investigations to develop alternative technologies for removal of pharmaceutical residues from conventional wastewater or from more highly concentrated upstream sources such as manufacturing sites.
As an iWater project partner, the City of Turku will help CleaStormWater to utilize already existing iWater communication networks. Further, Turku stormwater planners will provide their practical expertise for WP “Criteria for Management quality”.
Lieto municipality will provide a demonstration site where a bioretention basin will be constructed. TUAS will carry out the technical realization of the bioretention basin in close collaboration with the stormwater planners of Lieto municipality.