GOŚ ŁAM, as an entity that pays particular attention to undertaking innovative activities, establishes cooperation with universities and scientific - research units in order to find new and alternative solutions that will allow to optimize the sewage treatment process. GOŚ ŁAM is a company open to innovative activities that improve the quality of services and care for the natural environment.
LODZ UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
GOŚ ŁAM cooperates with Institute of Environmental Engineering and Building Installations of Lodz University of Technology in the implementation of the scientific-research project "Development of a monitoring system, early warning and sustainable management for wastewater treatment plants minimizing pollutant emissions to the aquatic environment from the urbanized area". The aim of this project is develop a system that will constantly forecast quantity of sewage that flows to treatment plant and a chemical composition of pollutions in sewage – it will allow to optimize of sewage treatment process control.
GDAŃSK UNIVERISTY OF TCHNOLOGY
The cooperation with The Faculty of Chemistry of Gdańsk University of Technology is focused on improvement of sewage treatment technology and waste management, including search of new solutions for waste remaining after the process of thermal treatment of sediments and screening, due to their optimal utilization.
Furthermore GOŚ ŁAM cooperates with industry organizations:
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE „POLISH WATERWORKS”
GOŚ ŁAM is associate member of Chamber of Commerce “Polish Waterworks” which currently units 491 enterprises form all over the country. The main aims of Chamber are: cooperation in the development of water supply and sewage industry,
ASSOCIATION OF EXPLOITERS OF WATER AND SEWAGE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
Since 2007, GOŚ ŁAM is a member of the Association of Exploiters of Water and Sewerage Facilities. It is an opportunity to promote the principles of sustainable development in the sewage industry and to share experiences with employees of other wastewater treatment plants.<