The housing association Boligselskabet Sjælland and the company Aguardio are behind the idea of a small alarm that will put an end to the invisible water waste in running toilets.
660 devices have been tested at the large residential area called Karlemoseparken in Køge since June 2021. Boligselskabet Sjælland is ready to expand the project with an investment that can put an end to water waste of a value of DKK 2 million annually, in 12,000 toilets.
In these weeks, Boligselskabet Sjælland will be installing another 3,000 sensors. Sustainability and Energy Manager, Ulrik Eggert Knuth-Winterfeldt, says:
On the basis of positive results from the pilot project in the residential area Karlemoseparken in Køge with 660 Aguardio Leak Sensors, we have chosen to expand with a new order of 3,000 sensors.
Boligselskabet Sjælland made the final decision to expand the project early April 2022. The project is expected to be expanded again later with several thousand toilets.
Boligselskabet Sjælland has been involved in the product development process from the very beginning. This collaboration, as well as their willingness to be the first to test the sensor on a large scale, has been crucial for the timely development of the solution.
To Aguardio, the expansion of the project at Boligselskabet Sjælland is a major milestone. It means that the Aguardio Leak Sensor has been tested and has passed with success in addressing unnecessary water waste in toilets.