Visit to Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Implementation of project “Cluster CLEANTECH LATVIA”

On January 30th, 2017 Association CLEANTEH LATVIA concluded agreement No with the Central Finance and Contracting Agency of the Republic of Latvia (CFCA) on the project “Cluster CLEANTECH LATVIA”, which is co-financed by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and is implemented in the framework of  Clusters Program.

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance announces mentoring program

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance announces mentoring program for development and improvement of an enterprise, product or an idea for a more successful competitiveness in the local and European market.


Business visit to Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan to promote advanced environmentally friendly technologies was held on 03-07 October 2016

CLEANTECH LATVIA, which is one of the founders of the Finnish-Latvian meta-cluster BALTIC CLEANTECH ALLIANCE on 03-07 October held a business visit to Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Within the framework of this visit a business forum to promote innovative environmentally friendly technologies in Kyrgyzstan was held in Bishkek on 04-05 October. In turn, in Kazakhstan a […]

Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance

The association CleanTech Latvia is a partner in an INTERREG Project Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance, which unites blue biotechnology experts in the Baltic Sea region (BSR). Due to this Project, the resources of the BSR research institutions are now available to the representatives of the blue biotechnologists in the BSR. The aim of the Project […]

BALTIC CLEANTECH ALLIANCE Partner meeting and Project Steering Group meeting

On 22-23 August 2016 CLEANTECH LATVIA hosted BALTIC CLEANTECH ALLIANCE Partner meeting and Project Steering Group meeting in Riga, Latvia. During these days we had a pleasure to welcome and listen to Ambassador of Finland in Latvia Mr. Olli Kantanen, Project Manager of Competitive Economy Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 Joint Secretariat Mr. Ülari Alamets, representatives […]

Municipal solid waste (MSW) sorting station in Latvia is biggest in Baltics

Municipal solid waste (MSW) sorting station in Latvia, produced by our partner Technobalt Group, is biggest in Baltics.

Thanks to modern sorting technology the majority of the municipal waste is reused. Plant is sorting out many different materials e.g. biodegradable waste for producing biogas and different palstic materials (PET, HDPE, LDPE, PP, mixed plastic) to produce RDF-fuel. Special magnetic separator is sorting out balck and nonferrous metals. Input capacity of the plant is 300 000 tons per year.

This video will introduce you with the technological process:

CLEANTECH LATVIA participation in Latvian – Turkmenistan Intergovernmental Commission preparation meeting

In July 2016, in Riga, is planneda third meeting ofLatvia-Turkmenistan Intergovernmental Commission for Economic, Industrial, Scientific and Technical Cooperation.

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