Silhorko-Eurowater (EUROWATER) brings years of experience and specialised know-how within high-quality water treatment. EUROWATER supplies customers in a broad range of industries and application areas, including boiler water, process water, cooling water, rinse water and drinking water. Established in 1936, ever since with a keen focus on customers and a sharp eye for quality in products and solutions. Today, EUROWATER is a part of the Grundfos Group and embraces Grundfos’ global ambition to pioneer solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges and improve quality of life for people.
Water is one of the primary ingredients in beer. Consequently, a brewery is a large-scale consumer of high-quality water. So is Harboe’s Brewery, located in Skælskør, Denmark. Harboe has a strong corporate culture emphasising responsibility, collaboration, quality and results. When it was time to replace the existing water treatment plant, it was a matter of […]
Optimum water treatment will i.e. help prolong life cycles of the critical components in a district heating system, including accumulation tanks, boilers, heat exchangers, the piping transmission and distribution network. Furthermore, correct water treatment can bring along both water savings and energy savings.
Denmark is considered the leading district heating market when it comes to innovation and practical experience with modern district heating. For this reason recommendations issued by the Danish District Heating Association are typically received with much interest from other countries, in order to learn “Best Practice” based on findings from the close to 400 district […]
A success criteria of good water treatment in district heating systems is optimum technical and economical operation both in the short and in the long run. Likewise, low chemical consumption is a success criteria, since the environment will be the least stressed by leakage of district heating water and at the same time, the risk […]
The water treatment technology used most often in Denmark to convert groundwater into drinking water is aeration and filtration for removal of iron, manganese and ammonium. This is a chemical-free and natural process using just compressed air as the oxidation media. This treatment method is now also used in Hungary for the 12.000 inhabitants of […]
The water utility North Water operates just north of Copenhagen and supplies 200.000 consumers with pure drinking water. Water quality is monitored closely, and the utility is certified in accordance with food safety standards (ISO 22000). As an extra security against microbiological contamination, UV treatment is used because even if the risk of contamination is […]
There are numerous companies located along the River Gudenå in Jutland with core competencies within climate, water technology, and environmental technology. Many are leaders of their field in Denmark and several of them also have a recognised international profile. With water as their focal point, the companies cover a wide range of competencies in: Energy […]
The global trends of urbanisation, population growth and increased welfare challenge cities all over the world. This white paper shares methods of how water utilities can improve water quality, increase resource efficiency and ensure uninterrupted service to customers.
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.
Energy is an important driver when ensuring a green transition – both in society, but also in the industries and production facilities across the globe. As the world’s resources are becoming increasingly scarce, companies must learn how to produce more from less – not only to limit their environmental footprint and decarbonise, but also to leverage the competitive advantages of improved production efficiency.