Biogas project in Lviv

In the project launched in 2016, the John Nurminen Foundation builds efficient phosphorus removal for the wastewaters of a biogas plant under construction in Lviv, Ukraine. The project is part of a biogas project, financed by the city of Lviv, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD, the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation NEFCO, and the European energy fund E5P, aiming to produce sustainable energy for the needs of Lviv.

In the project, launched in 2016, the John Nurminen Foundation constructs efficient phosphorus removal for the wastewaters of a biogas plant under construction in Lviv, Ukraine. The project is part of a biogas project, financed by the city of Lviv, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD, the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation NEFCO, and the European energy fund E5P, aiming to produce sustainable energy for the needs of the city of Lviv.

Lviv has more than 700,000 inhabitants, and its wastewaters flow via the Poltva River to the Bug River in Belarus, which, in turn, is a tributary of the Vistula, a river that flows into the Baltic Sea in Poland.  Without improved treatment, the biogas plant would increase the phosphorus load of the waterways by more than 170 tonnes per year, equalling more than eight times the annual volumes from the wastewater treatment plant in Viikinmäki, Helsinki. In the project, the Foundation is responsible for phosphorus removal equipment procurement and planning. The Lviv water utility, on the other hand, is in charge of the local planning and construction of the treatment system.

Currently, the project is waiting for the construction of the biogas plant to move forward, so that planning of the more efficient phosphorus removal system could begin.

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