Mariagerfjord Vand was established in 2007 as the organising company within the former municipal supplies of water and wastewater in Mariagerfjord Municipality. However, the municipal water supply has been around since 1886.
The company produces, receives, handles, transports and treats water, as well as rainwater and wastewater.
Besides continuously supplying drinking water in sufficient quantities in a very good quality as well as receiving wastewater immediately and cleaning it so that it can be fed back to the natural cycle without harmful effects, we have the task of communicating what we do and why we do it. In this context it is important to get in contact with our consumers, but also other residents in the municipality to be sure that it is communicated that Mariagerfjord Vand currently invests heavily in the establishment of future systems for both supply of water and wastewater discharge, with focus on drinking water quality at both abstraction and supply to the consumer, climate impact and water plans.
Well fields The Danish State maps ground water resources until end of 2015 to secure future supply of drinking water in Denmark. After 2015 the municipalities have responsibility of securing proper groundwater protection. Mariagerfjord Vand has already progressed a long way in this process by ensuring future well fields, to be able to provide potable […]
Mariagerfjord Wastewater Treatment plant on Islandsvej 5 in Hadsund was built from June 2012 to November 2013. The wastewater treatment plant has been in operation since the autumn 2013. The new wastewater treatment plant should replace the 11 existing plants in the Municipality step by step. Within a period of seven years from 2011 to […]
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.
In recent years, the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) has been a principal partner in several R&D projects focusing on characterisation and removal of microplastics and microrubber in wastewater treatment plant influent/effluent, industrial wastewater and stormwater, respectively.