‘Reviving Baltic Resilience’ Project implemented under the Interreg South Baltic Programme for 2014–2020, Priority Axis 2: Exploiting the environmental and cultural potential of the South Baltic area for blue and green growth, Specific objective 2.2: Increased use of green technologies in order to decrease the pollution discharges in the South Baltic area.
Gdańsk University of Technology (Project Leader), Klaipeda University (Lithuania), Municipality of Bastad (Sweden), Linnaeus University (Sweden), Industrial Development Centre South (Sweden), Pomeranian Special Economic Zone, Nordvästra Skånes Renhållnings AB (Sweden), Municipality of Palanga (Lithuania)
Liepaja University (Latvia), Port of Gdansk Authority SA, CleantechInn (Sweden), Innovation Management and Communication Group Sweden (Sweden), KSRR (Sweden)
The use of green technologies to reduce pollution in the South Baltic area through preventing hazardous and undesirable particles from reaching the Baltic Sea. The project also aims at disseminating knowledge on proactive environmental solutions in the South Baltic area.
The main results of the project will be four pilot studies in all countries participating in the project, as well as the creation of the South Baltic Proactive Resilience institute/cluster. The project involves a 3-step process that includes technical analysis of the most optimal proactive technologies/solutions for each pilot case, the implementation of pilot cases and the evaluation of installed solutions from a technical, social and economic perspective.
01 July 2017 – 30 June 2020