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Phoenix Design Aid (PDAid) always tries to improve quality but always with the environment in mind. Therefore, PDAid has published its own Paper Guide, developed in close collaboration with its printing partners, to accommodate customers’ wishes and give a hands-on experience of the most common chosen paper types. The latest Paper Guide shows 80% of […]
Nitrous oxide emission contributes with about 42% of the CO2 footprint from Danish WWTPs, emphasizing earlier years underestimation of the impact of N2O and the importance of control strategies targeted at understanding and reducing N2O emissions from WWTPs. Danish studies support the increased IPCC 2019 wastewater N2O emission factor, but also elucidate the large temporal and WWTP site variations. In the VARGA study, N2O emission control has shown an up to 65% CO2 footprint reduction potential, while other WWTP sites shows lower N2O emission. Overall a reduction potential of 25% in CO2 footprint is expected in Denmark and this number will increase with the new IPCC 2019 wastewater N2O emission factor. However, with the site and temporal variations that exist, online monitoring and control strategies are essential for harvesting this reduction potential.
Severočeské Water and Sewerage Company (SCVK a.s.) in Teplice operates the largest regional water supply system and distribution network in nearly 400 settlements in the Czech Republic. However, their water supply system was in a bad shape – suffering from high levels of leakage of up to 40% and an unbalanced flow and pressure distribution.
Implementation of DHIs Non-Revenue Water Solution in close collaboration with infrastructure owner and the operator.
The Uniq plank table is an representative of Thors Design, because of the fact that we make all of our designs by hand from the same raw material. Thors Design has designed and produced sustainable furniture and interior projects since 2002 where Carsten Thor founded the company. From decommissioned Danish harbour to sustainable design It all […]
Clean Air School Districts is a holistic solution with sensor instruments, educational material, and consultation for students, teachers, and parents to collaborate with the school management on improving the school’s indoor environment quality. A better indoor environment has been proven to remarkably improve learning ability among children and reduce sick days and absenteeism. It accounts for […]
In Europe alone, it is estimated that companies suffer €923Bn (€4,070 per employee) in lost worker productivity every year due to poor indoor working environments. The main contributors of this problem are moisture and mould problems that cause allergies and asthma and poor building ventilation leads to headaches, influenza and common colds. The issue is that current […]
Children spend enormous amounts of time in classrooms and are affected by the indoor environment quality (IEQ) and a crucial component of it is the indoor air quality (IAQ). The age and quality of buildings that house a school, location of windows, ventilation systems if any, wind speed and direction and proximity to roads, intersections […]
The London suburb of Wembley Park is well known to football fans. Currently undergoing extensive regeneration, the suburb is being transformed into a best in class example of how district heating can supply urban areas with efficient, affordable and sustainable energy.
The shift from a conventional wastewater treatment plant towards a resource recovery facility has become a priority focus in Denmark. Consequently, BIOFOS is now in the transfer process towards optimising resources from waste without compromising the environment.