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Water and Waste Water Processes

Water and waste water technology is one of the cornerstones of an effective society. The processes that take place in waterworks and treatment plants guarantee that good drinking water can be produced and that our waste water is treated sufficiently before it is discharged into recipients. In a society where environmental aspects are becoming increasingly important, there is also a growing need for process knowledge in the field of biogas.

Every year almost 1,000 million cubic metres of drinking water are produced in municipal plants, for almost eight million people. This places tough demands on waterworks maintaining high quality and being able to deliver the volumes required. Entire communities can be knocked out because of, for example, drinking water contaminated by waste water. It is also important from a health and environmental perspective that waste water treatment plants work well. Every year around 1.5 billion cubic metres of waste water are treated in Sweden, the equivalent to filling eight Globen arenas every day.

What do we do in the field of Water and Waste Water processes?

We work on a broad range of issues relating to waste water and drinking water processes, as well as biogas. We possess years of experience of both practical and theoretical work in the field of water and waste water processes, which means that we develop solutions that work both in theory and in practice.



Kjell Lundqvist

Kjell Lundqvist

Specialist in process engineering of water and wastewater
Maria Bennet

Maria Bennet

Section Manager Water West