Krüger has significant experience and expertise in water and wastewater treatment. The technologies developed by Krüger are widely used in many countries. Krüger is dedicated to the development of new technologies to improve effectiveness and optimize operations. The innovative solutions are adapted to local needs. Value can be added e.g. by the recovery of energy, reuse of water, and extraction of raw materials. Krüger is active in the fields of drinking water, industrial process water, sludge treatment, design and control of entire sewerage systems, and remediation of soil and groundwater.
The public wastewater utility BlueKolding wanted to exploit the optimisation potential through an intelligent use of real-time data from its entire wastewater system (i.e. both the sewer network and the wastewater treatment plants).
Sashimi Royal has taken a new step towards sustainable fish farming with the grow-out production of Yellowtail in the new plant. The production is based on the innovative and patented recirculating aquaculture concept RAS2020 delivered by Krüger.
In July 2011 Copenhagen experienced the worst rainfall ever with more than 80,000 homes flooded resulting in damages at a cost of around 1 billion €. A new tool has been developed in order to minimize damages from such events in the future. Quick solution to combat effects of climate changes With the climate changes, some […]
In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD) – Soil remediation you can trust ISTD is a robust, proven and patented technology for heating the subsurface to remediate contaminated soil and groundwater. ISTD shows an unbeaten record of site closures. ISTD can be applied for in-situ remediation of all deposits (soil types). The technology is particularly suitable in case of stringent […]
In a residential area in Reerslev, Denmark, a vast mass of contamination of Tetrachlorethylene (PCE) was found. A considerable hot spot was situated in an 8-10 m thick layer of impermeable clay till. The contamination caused a serious risk to the local groundwater resource, one of the most important in Denmark, supplying water to 50,000 homes in the Copenhagen metropolitan area. To […]
Copenhagen is one of the few cities in the world where you can safely bathe in the harbour. This is largely owing to the extension and upgrading of the sewer system that has taken place in the recent years. Among other things realized through closing of many of the outlets where combined sewer overflow was previously discharged in connection with heavy rain. Instead, large tanks have been set up for collection and delay of the wastewater, and control of sewer system and wastewater treatment plants has been introduced.
Kolding Spildevand A/S has achieved an increased capacity of the drainage system by optimal real time control, which optimizes the use of pipes, basins and treatment plants in the sewage system. Reduction of investment cost The implementation of STAR SewerControl at Kolding Spildevand A/S has reduced the need for infrastructural investments and at the same […]
Soil is literally the foundation on which we will build a sustainable future. Despite this, soil is contaminated, exploited, and degraded all over the world. Insides this White Paper is an overview of the Danish sector for soil and groundwater remediation and the companies which contribute to its development.
The idea behind the future Energy, Climate and Natural Environment Park is to create a unique recreational landscape which is open to the public and has a clear educational purpose. The Park has been commissioned by the Danish utility consortium Hillerød Forsyning, and it will bring together all the consortium’s activities and functions, namely energy […]
On a global scale, less than half of all wastewater is collected and less than one fifth is treated. This has led to severe environmental degradation of many inland and sea waters around the world. This white paper provides lessons learned from Danish stakeholders within wastewater treatment.
Good water management can make cities healthier places to live, resilient towards climate change and more sustainable overall. Without proper sanitation, sewerage and clean water supply, there is no liveable city. This white paper features lessons learned from different Danish stakeholders within urban water management. It is meant to serve as a tool for inspiration for creating innovative water solutions, which contribute to smarter and more liveable cities.