Oslo er blitt kåret til europeisk miljøhovedstad i 2019. Dette markeres med mange ulike begivenheter, og Europeisk Vannforening (EWA-European Water Association) i samarbeid med Norsk Vannforening organiserer et heldagsseminar om bærekraftige, urbane hydrologiske systemer, såkalte lokale overvanndisponeringer (LOD).
Seminaret holdes på engelsk.
Det vil bli organisert fellesbefaringer til ulike tekniske løsninger 18. juni for interesserte.
The European Commission awarded Oslo the prestigious European Green Capital title for 2019. The European water community celebrates the occasion in Oslo on the 17-18 June 2019. This is celebrated with many different events, and the European Water Association (EWA-European Water Association), in collaboration with the Norwegian Water Association, organizes a full-day seminar on Sustainable Urban Drainage Solutions (SUDS).
The seminar will be held in English.
Excursions to SUDS sites in Oslo and a visit to an underground storm water treatment facility will be organized on the 18 June.
Registration fee: 130€ (students: 60€). Registration fee includes tea/lunch during the seminar on the 17th June, reception at the Oslo City Hall and excursions on the 18th June.
17th of June
09:30 - 10:00
10:00 - 10:20
Welcome address, European Green Capital Oslo / Oslo Water.
Bjørn Kaare Jensen, President, European Water Association
Prof Lars Hem, President, Norwegian Water Association
10:15 - 12:30
Session 1: Holistic approaches
Water sensitive urban design, Dirk van Peijpe, Director, De Urbanisten, Nederland
Holistic urban water management strategies, Dr Kim Paus, Asplan VIAK, Norway
SUDS Action plan for the city of Oslo, Dr Bent Braskerud, Chief Engineer/ Yvona Holbein, Coordinator – stormwater management,Municipality of Oslo
Sustainable urban hydrological systems in Sarajevo, Prof Emina Hadžić, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cost-benefit Analysis and Social Economic Considerations of SUDS, Phan Åge Haugård, COWI Norway
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Session 2: Management of stormwater
Rain Gardens and Floodways. Examples from Scandinavian Cities. Erling Holm Denmark
Permeable Pavements; Possibilities and Challenges in an Urban Context –lesson learned in Copenhagen. Jan Støvring, Senior researcher, University of Copenhagen.
Potential for integrating SuDS in Trondheim, with special emphasis on extensive green roofs, Dr Birgitte Johannessen, Project manager, Trondheim municipality.
14:50 - 15:20
15:20 - 17:10
Session 3: Pollution management from Storm Water and CSOs
Source control measures as climate adaptation tools, Dr Vincent Wolfs, Director SumAqua, Belgium
Micropollutants and Nutrients Removal, Dr Eilen A. Vik, Research Manager, AquateamCOWI, Norway
Integrated filter system for highway storm water pollution. Svein Ole Åstebøl, Chief Specialist, COWI, Norway
Treatment of storm water,the OREA treatment plant, Jan Morten Søraker, Process Engineer, NRA WWTP, Norway
17:10 - 17:30
Next European Green Capital Lisbon, Mr. José Sá Fernandes, Municipal Councillor, Municipality of Lisbon, Portugal.
Closing remarks, Prof. Harsha Ratnaweera, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Reception at the Oslo City Hall
18th of June
09:00 - 12:00
Excursions to SUDS sites: Oslo city and underground stormwater treatment facility at Lillestrøm