The Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG, 2008) is a private independent foundation that works to restore the ecological balance of the Baltic Sea through uniting resources of the public, private, and third sectors. BSAG works to solve problems of the Baltic Sea especially through promoting sustainable nutrient management.
BSAG's activities focus on efficiently reducing nutrient leakages and their environmental impacts. The aim is at reaching sustainable nutrient recycling as part of circular economy. BSAG has actively promoted nutrient recovery and reuse to be included in the EU Commission Circular Economy Action plan published in December 2015. Currently BSAG follows closely the revision of EU fertilisers regulation and other relevant legislative procedures in the EU and the Baltic Sea region.
See BSAG introduction video on Nutrient recycling in the Circular Economy.