Treating wastewater results in better water quality and more liveable cities
Globally, it is estimated that less than 20 percent of all wastewater generated from households and industry is adequately collected and treated. Moreover, only about 50-60 percent of wastewater discharges comply with the required quality standards due to inadequate capacity, operational performance or design of the infrastructure. After decades of environmental challenges, Denmark has created a strong regulatory framework to minimise the impacts from wastewater discharge and ensure cleaning to the highest standard. Finding solutions to our own challenges has resulted in better water quality and more livability in Danish cities and their surroundings.
We invite you to explore solutions related to wastewater treatment in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how wastewater treatment can help solve your environmental issues.
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Gottlieb Paludan Architects has designed Solrødgård Climate and Environmental Park, which is the result of an unusual symbiosis between supply plant, climate adaption and landscape park. The aim of the park is to let visitors explore energy cycles which are fundamental to daily life.
Vietnam is one of the world’s largest producers of farmed seafood and they have plans to double the production by 2020. Farming methods are often traditional and to increase production this significantly, there is a strong need for new sustainable technology and for moving the production towards sustainability. Vietnam has undergone rapid socio-economic development over […]
An overflow construction, placed at Kærbyholmrende, Middelfart, functions as a test and demo site for cleaning combined sewer overflow (CSO) with a HydroSeparator. The project is a cooperation between Middelfart Wastewater and Bonnerup Consults, and is supported by the Ministry of Environment. The HydroSeparator is developed by Bonnerup Consult primarily for treatment of rainwater, but […]
The HydroSeparator® is a patented system for treatment of storm water and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) where local requirements for treatment are strict. With the HydroSeparator® you get: High cleaning efficiency Small carbon foot print Fully automated operation wich can be monitored and controlled via SRO Economical operation Self cleaning system to avoid accumulation of debris […]
The safe handling of wastewater is essential to public health. Efficient and innovative design of wastewater systems is also a basis for sustainable development. We help our customers choose the optimal financial and most energy efficient solutions within the areas of: Wastewater management Strategic planning Drainage systems Wastewater treatment Operation and maintenance Ramboll has many years […]
EnviDan International has successfully conducted an R&D project in China upgrading a wastewater treatment plant for 200.000PE. At the plant in Ma An Shan EnviDan has implemented the ARP process and online control system EnviStyr and test results show significant improvements in effluent quality. With support from the Danish EPA and in cooperation with Aihua […]
The DEamMONification process for nitrogen removal is an energy-saving technology for ammonia removal from high strength wastewater. The process was developed at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. The DEMON process is a nitrification/deammonification process in which ammonia and nitrite are simultaneously converted to nitrogen gas, without the use of organic carbon. Additional information Process control […]
SHARON is a robust and cost effective system for the removal of nitrogen from wastewater. The process is used for treatment of high strength ammonia liquors such as sludge dewatering liquors and the liquid fraction of pig manure. SHARON has been successfully applied at several wastewater treatment plants in the Netherlands, the United States, United […]
Biological phosphorous removal with Side Stream Hydrolysis (SSH) When introducing side stream hydrolysis on a part stream of the return sludge, an easily degradable carbon source is obtained for biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal. The hydrolysis produces easily degradable organic material (VFA) on a small flow of the return sludge with long retention time (20 […]
EnviDan supplies innovative solutions to the challenges regarding overload and bypass of existing plants. We can successfully implement the ARP-process at any WWTP to increase the organic or hydraulic capacity with up to 60% and thereby avoid or limit an expansion. When using ARP, a part of the biological process is moved from the original […]