Senior researcher and TRUST ALUM project manager Inta Dimante-Deimantoviča from the Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology (LIAE) will present a talk: What do we know about ALUM water treatment for phosphorous removal in lakes – TRUST ALUM project.
The conference on October 11
will feature experts presenting case studies and discussing pollution issues in the Baltic Sea ecosystem and terrestrial environments, including nutrients, microplastics, heavy metals, oil, and other anthropogenic pollutants. Experts will also share insights on remediation, bioremediation, and chemical water treatment methods, along with experiences from pollution site remediation projects in Estonia, Latvia, and Finland. On October 12
, participants will explore the history of the Karosta area (one of the most polluted sites in Latvia), ongoing environmental restoration efforts, and achieved results so far.
See the draft Agenda here:
The event language is English, it is free of charge and can be attended on-site or online.
(click on the [Register for the event] button above) and book your place by September 30!