For two days, results from some of DRIZZLE's ongoing research projects were presented, which were then discussed in smaller groups with participation from all partners.
– The discussions were great for my future research, says Haoyu Wei, PhD student at Luleå University of Technology. Among other things, I received suggestions for possible future research collaborations from several of DRIZZLE's other partners. I also got access to information that otherwise is not easily available, such as e.g. Stockholm's cost of emptying gully pots.
The stormwater management plan for Rålambshovsparken formed the basis for discussion at DRIZZLE's kickoff 5 years ago - now the participants had the opportunity to see how it turned out in practice. Stockholm Vatten & Avfall arranged together with the city of Stockholm a very appreciated study visit to Rålambshovsparken. During the days, Thomas Bergendorff, områdesledare Hållbar samhällsbyggnad, Vinnova, also presented current information of importance to DRIZZLE. The days ended with a workshop focused on DRIZZLE's future operations.