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EU Leonardo-Univeristy in the Field

Published Feb 02, 2011

The aim is through co-operations for municipal water management; private entities and Universities in a number of European nations create a virtual reality educational tool in harmonization with the Water Frame directive. The target group was operators in sewage treatment plants with practical knowledge but little theoretical knowledge
The work packages covered investigation of the current situation in the participating countries, developing a list of contents that could be used as course content used by all the participants and developing a demo version of the educational tool.
A website was created on http://www.wolll.org which will be open until 2008.
The project partners are: KTH (Sweden), Vattenverkskonsulten i Sverige AB (Sweden), Latvijas Vides, ģeoloģijas un meteoroloģijas aģentūra, (LEGMA) (Latvia), Baltic Water Fund Sia (Latvia), Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia), Dr Pecher (Germany), University of Central England (England) and Consell de Mallorca (Spain).

The project started in October 2004 and will end in October 2007.
The project was financed by EU Leonardo da Vinci funds.
Monika Olsson

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