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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.
Nerve Switch® enables each individual battery cell to be controlled both directly and independently. This allows for optimizing several electrical energy systems by removing the need of expensive power electronic components, extending battery lifecycle and creates a foundation on which it is possible to design hybrid battery systems.
Cold chain technology has been a game changer for Indian banana farmers. Their income has tripled, while banana wastage has been brought down by almost 20 per cent. In 2018, the first Indian bananas were exported to Europe by ship, which marks a new era for the world’s banana giant.
The climate is changing: how do we manage extreme rainfall? Not only more rain is falling due to climate change, but rain showers are often more extreme. This means that a lot more water has to be collected and disposed of in a short time. In the countryside this is not usually a problem, but it is more so in the increasingly urbanised environment.
Vattenfall is erecting the Hollandse Kust Zuid offshore wind farms in the Netherlands. With a combined capacity of 1.5 GW, the Hollandse Kust Zuid project marks Europe’s first subsidy-free offshore wind farm and will generate enough renewable energy to power three million Dutch homes.