Implementation of the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) in the Russian Federation; eutrophication segment, point sources Results from the RusNIP project. ISBN 978-91-620-6368-9. Share Contact Lyssna Pages124Publish date2010-06Price 178,00 (Ex. VAT)18868,00 (incl. VAT)ISBN 978-91-620-6368-9 Add to cart Download (pdf 3.2 MB) Results from the RusNIP project The ministers of environment from the Baltic Sea States greed upon the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) in Krakow in November 2007. Russia and Sweden have a joint co-operation project which aims to strengthen the capacity for compliance with BSAP. The project is focusing on euthrophication. The report concentrate on discharges of nutrients from point sources. The report shows that preliminary obligations for the Gulf of Finland will be met by the ongoing measures within St. Petersburg Vodokanal. For the Baltic Proper powerful measures for phosphorus and nitrogen treatment in bigger sewage treatment plants are in most cases cost-effective. Anyhow this is not enough to reach the Russian BSAP obligations. Russia contributes to transboundary loads to the Gulf of Riga with 114 tons. It has not been possible to find out what the sources can be and what measures should be taken. - - - Beställtryck, ej rabatt.