Port of Tallinn's micro-tunnel was recognized as a good practice contributing to the development of a sustainable tourism destination.



Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 15:02 by tallinn

Port of Tallinn's micro-tunnel was recognized as a good practice contributing to the development of a sustainable tourism destination. Last year, our city presented its smart and innovative measures to compete for the 2019 European Capital of Smart Tourism title.
A selection of best practices have been published in the 2019 European Capital of Smart Tourism Compendium of Best Practices. The micro-tunnel was one of them.
The micro-tunnel allows ships stopping at the Old City Harbour to dispose of unlimited quantities of wastewater. The wastewater is then treated at Tallinn’s treatment plants.
The purpose of this collection of best practices is to raise awareness about existing smart tourism measures and to strengthen peer-to-peer learning and innovative development of tourism in the EU.

To find out more, please visit:
https://smarttourismcapital.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Compendium_2019_FINAL.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3jAroJjwUmUk69GnkRdYp0PUxjAvMCloVrvT0v4v8OYoJODoS2E5dTqUs#page=26
https://smarttourismcapital.eu/best-practices/
Port of Tallinn's micro-tunnel was recognized as a good practice contributing to the development of a sustainable tourism destination.
(c) Port of Tallinn





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