Coastal & Marine Magazine
Estimating and reducing the discharge of pharmaceutical substances into the South Baltic (Coastal & Marine Magazine 2019-2)
Best practices in chemical analysis of pharmaceuticals in the environment
Advanced treatment technologies for the removal of pharmaceutical substances in WWTPs
Awareness raising movie
Awareness raising postcards
Pharmaceutical consumption patterns in four coastal regions of the South Baltic Sea – Germany, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania.
Determination of the Regional Pharmaceutical Burden in 15 Selected WWTPs and Associated Water Bodies using Chemical Analysis, Status in four coastal regions of the South Baltic Sea; Germany, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania.
Relation between pharmaceutical consumption, environmental pharmaceutical burdens and current treatment technologies.
Inventory of existing treatment technologies in wastewater treatment plants.
Overview of advanced technologies in wastewater treatment for removal of pharmaceuticals and other micropollutants.
Roadmap WWTP Degeberga, Sweden
Roadmap WWTP Rostock, Germany
Roadmap WWTP Gdynia-Debogorze, Poland
Roadmap WWTP Klaipeda, Lithuania
Policy Brief No. 1
Policy Brief No. 2
Overview of advanced technologies
in wastewater treatment for removal of
pharmaceuticals and other micropollutants
Policy Brief No. 3
Occurance of pharmaceutical substances in selected WWTPs and recipient waterbodies in the South Baltic
- Maxi Nachtigall, Swedish EPA, EUSBSR PA Hazards (on youtube)
- Dmitry Frank-Kamenetsky, HELCOM, CG Pharma (on youtube)
- Cornelia Rudolph, European Commission, DG Environment (on youtube)