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Seminar Sept 15, From wastewater treatment to the future production facility, Hammarby Sjöstadsverk

Hammarby Sjöstadsverk is Sweden's leading and internationally known R&D and demonstration facility in water purification technology. The facility is a platform for development and exchange of knowledge and technologies in water treatment and related environmental technology owned and operated by a consortium lead by the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.

four images: log train, woman kneeling among equipment, map of coastal area, water poring into glass

On September 15th you are invited to a seminar to promote collaboration between IVL experts and KTH researchers. During the seminar we will present the facility components and how they can be used for tests, demonstration, analyses, etc. for research and education, related to traditional waste water treatment and other water related activities.

Date: September 15, 2015
Time: 11.00-13.00
Venue: IVL, Valhallavägen 81


11.00-11.10 Welcome and introductionTord Svedberg, President and CEO, IVL
11.10-11.20 BackgroundLars J. Pettersson, Professor, KTH
11.20-11.45 A production facility - the output from successful cooperation between KTH, IVL, clean tech companies and customersÖsten Ekengren, Executive Vice President
11.45-11.55 KTH's engagement in Hammarby SjöstadsverkVladimir Cvetkovic, Professor
11.55-12.10 Experience from research and degree projects at Hammarby SjöstadsverkErik Levlin, PhD, Docent, KTH
12.10-12.30 PhD student research project at Hammarby SjöstadsverkPhD student from IVL
12.30-13.00 Discussion and Q&A

For questions, please contact Teresia Sandberg ( ), project leader at KTH-Sustainability.

Logos: KTH, IVL