Project WISA – Water Innovation System Amplifier

    Ongoing / Environment

    In the 3-year project WISA, the aim is to develop and test new technologies to reduce pollution by stormwater from ports and other large hard surfaces. The handling of pollutants in stormwater is a challenge for ports. Active environmental work is in progress, and there is an increasing demand to reduce pollutants that end up in the stormwater.

    In the innovation work in the project, collaboration with various companies and researchers is key to solving the stormwater challenges. Krinova plays a coordinating role in the project linked to e.g. the WISA testbed.

    This project will use the water testbed WISA, where the concept is to use the existing infrastructure of e.g. the Port of Åhus as a “real life” test environment. The port in Gdynia, Poland is also taking part in the project together with the respective port’s local university.

    Project period: 1 June 2019 – 31 May 2022
    Project funded by: Interreg South Baltic
    Lead partner: Krinova Incubator & Science Park

    Jan Persson

    Business Designer & testbed WISA

    Partners and financiers

    The project is funded by Interreg South Baltic, and partners in the project are the Port of Åhus, Klaipeda University, Gdansk University of Technology, and Port of Gdynia Authority S.A.

    Associated partners: The EU Office Skåne Nordost, Region Skåne, Skåne County Association of Municipal Authorities, Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Gdansk, Municipal Solid Waste Plant – Gdansk, and Association of Lithuanian Stevedoring Companies (industry association of port companies).

    WISA project updates

    Curious about what’s happening in the WISA project? Here you can read ongoing updates with the latest news from the project.

    WISA news 2021

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    visitors to meetings and conferences

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    More than 100 tenants at Krinova

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    Food-related companies in the food community

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    More than 500 companies have received innovation and development support