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Meet Sweco at the water exhibition VandTek16

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16 September 2016

Sweco participates at VandTek16 with specialists and heads of departments from the two Danish water and wastewater departments. We advise on climate adaptation, local drainage of rainwater, wastewater management and drinking water solutions. Furthermore, we are experts in energy optimization of wastewater treatment plants and advanced treatment processes as well as strategic consulting, including asset management and consultancy.

At Sweco’s exhibition stand the visitors can among others hear about Sweco’s patented cyclone technology inDENSE® - “a selective sludge removal process at wastewater treatment plants, where improved settling properties at low operating costs can be achieved," says head of department Klaus Rosendal at Sweco and continues:

“Our innovation project - Rainwater management and measurement in sewage wells - is another exciting news. At the exhibition stand we show the first edition of a new type of well, separating clean and contaminated rainwater and simultaneously measuring the water flow, the water quality and the total pollution load."

It will also be possible to discuss large-scale projects with our own project managers of both the cloudburst tunnel at Østerbro in Copenhagen and of the Thomas B. Triges Gade project in Odense, which includes a large number of utility relocations.

Please, do not miss a game of mini golf at our stand. We have daily competitions with nice prizes.

Finally, Sweco participates with a presentation about Asset Management at the VandTek Nordic Management Conference and two "Speed Information Sessions" with a short introduction to Energy efficiency at wastewater treatment plants and Local drainage of water in the area of Baunebakken in the City of Hvidovre.

We look forward to meeting you at the exhibition, stand no. V3034.

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