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Hazardous substances - actions to reduce pollutions to the Baltic Sea

Monday March 6, 2017 14:30 - 15:45 2: Location will be announced on site

Speakers: Anna Lövsén, Britta Eklund, Lina Petersson, Magnus Brietholtz, Pekka Salminen, Tonie Wickman

Block: Three parallel blocks with ambitious implementation cases

Chemical contamination of the Baltic Sea in a changing society
Magnus Breitholtz, Stockholm University, ACES

Cities of Baltic Sea Countries – innovative strategies for decreasing
emissions of hazardous substances through upstream measures
Tonie Wickman, City of Stockholm

BLASTIC-project – Reducing plastic waste and, thereby, the inflow of
hazardous substances into the Baltic Sea
Pekka Salminen, City of Turku

Reduction of pharmaceutical residues in waste water at Linköping
WWTP, Nykvarnsverket
Anna Lövsén, Tekniska Verken Linköping

Minimizing discharges of toxic substances from leisure boats –
effective ways to cooperate and get results
Lina Petersson & Brita Eklund, Swedish Transport Agency & Stockholm
University

Lecturers

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Anna Lövsén Speaker

Head of business unit
Tekniska verken

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Britta Eklund Speaker

Associate Professor
Stockholm Uniersity

Associate professor, Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry, (ACES) , Stockholm University

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Lina Petersson Speaker

Legal Advisor & Environmental Specialist
Swedish Transport Agency

Legal Advisor, The Swedish Transport Agency

Magnus Brietholtz Speaker

Stockholm University

Professor, Stockholm University Stockholm University, Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry

Pekka Salminen Speaker

Environment Protection Planner, City of Turku

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Tonie Wickman Speaker

Coordinator, NonHazCity project
City of Stockholm/Environment and Health Administration/Chemicals centre

Coordinator of the NonHazCity project. Environment and Health Administration, Chemicals centre, City of Stockholm.