Project tests natural microbial processes in remediation of contaminated soil in Finland and Estonia. It gathers research-based information on the method in Southern Finland by applying the natural attenuation as a remediation method in Northern European conditions and demonstrating it in a pilot area in Hanko. Results and experience in using the method are documented for utilisation in similar ca
The aim is to develop know-how of environmental authorities, carry out pilot research in waste management, disseminate results, and involve enterprises in the cross-border co-operation. Target areas: PГ¤ijГ¤t-HГ¤me (Finland) and Ida-Viru (Estonia)
Project aims at strengthening citizens' participation in handling local and regional environmental issues. Experiences gained in Lahti region are utilised for establishing Local Agenda 21 in PГ¤rnu. Cross-border co-operation strengthens Agenda 21 processes in both participating regions. Target areas: Lahti region (PГ¤ijГ¤t-HГ¤me, Finland) and PГ¤rnu region (Estonia)
This is the Interreg co-project of the Tacis CBC environmental project in the 2001 application round. The first sub-project will develop contaminated soil risk assessment by means of a case study. The ground water method developed in the other sub-project will be used for procuring water and for protecting ground water.
The objective is to develop technology centre co-operation between the St Petersburg (Leningrad area) and Lahti area Lappeenranta. The main Finnish partner will be the technology centre company Neopoli Oy and the opposite side in St Petersburg will be the Science and Tecnology Business Corporation technology centre. The project will also make use of the Russia expertise possessed by Kareltek Oy an