On the 16 April at 9:00 – 9:45 (CEST) was the first Baltic Breakfast of 2021 with the Consulate General of Sweden in Saint Petersburg and the Baltic Sea Center (Stockholm university).
The event focused on challenges in and around the Baltic Sea and especially on advanced wastewater treatment in order to reduce the amount of chemical pollutants reaching the sea. Ms Emma Undeman, environmental chemist and researcher at the Baltic Sea Centre, presented current research about the topic and Olga Rublevskaya, from the large wastewater treatment plant Vodokanal in St Petersburg focused on existing technology and how Vodokanal plans its work ahead.
What are the Baltic breakfast?
Baltic Breakfast is a series of short breakfast webinars organised by the Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre. Their aim is to present the latest knowledge about issues of central importance to the Baltic Sea environment. The breakfast webinars are addressed to people in different sectors working for a sustainable development in the Baltic Sea region and everyone interested in environmental issues of the Baltic Sea.