Consortium Partners

Aarhus Water and Wastewater – Denmark


AW&W ensure the drinking water supply and wastewater collection and treatment to the city's app. 300.000 inhabitants. Aarhus Water and Wastewater (AW&W) is a department of the Municipality of Aarhus, but is under transition into a public (limited) company with an expected date of registration of January 1st, 2010. AW&W is certified for Environmental Management according to ISO14001 and DH/OHSAS18001, which secures that below mentioned plans and obligations, will be implemented in the organization according to a well defined system with appointed responsible personnel.

Contact person: Inge Halkjaer JENSEN (Mrs)




Krüger – Denmark


Krüger was founded in 1903 and has since then supplied technologies, water treatment plants and especially knowledge about all types of water. We have gathered the most qualified staff who, on the basis of the clients' needs - industries as well as public authorities, supplies solutions which creates value. Krüger A/S is a subsidiary of the Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Group and manages all the parent company's activities in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Baltic States and Poland. As a 100% owned subsidiary, Krüger is an integrated part of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (VWS).

Krüger’s sewerage and wastewater departments are the largest engineering departments of its kind in Denmark. Krüger’s wastewater department has constructed about 80% of Danish wastewater treatment facilities during the period 1970–1990 and delivered advanced real time process control systems to over 25 wastewater treatment plants. Krüger’s sewerage department has many years of experience in working with most aspects of sewerage systems including planning, modelling, risk analysis, monitoring, advanced data management, real time control, design, supply and installation of new advanced equipment such as flushing systems, screens and gates. Krüger’s planning and design is always based on a holistic and in-depth understanding of the hydrological, hydraulic, chemical and bacteriological processes involved, combined with understanding of regulatory demands and public expectations.

Contact person: Steen PETERSEN (Mr)




DHI – Denmark


DHI is an independent research and consultancy organisation, formed by merging of the Danish Hydraulic Institute, and VKI - Institute for the Water Environment and the Danish Toxicology Centre, and its objectives are to build competence and promote technological development in areas relevant to water, environment and health. DHI has a total staff of approximately 800 (350 in Denmark where the head office is located), the majority of whom are professional engineers and scientists with post-graduate qualifications. DHI has been authorised as an Approved Technological Service Institute by the Danish Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, and is designated as a Collaborating Centre for the World Health Organisation, WHO, and for the United Nations Environmental Programme, UNEP, and as an Advisory Centre for the Global Water Partnership. DHI is a member of several international cooperating organisations – including the WSSTP, Water Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform. Every year DHI invests a considerable part of its resources in R&D to extend its knowledge in the various fields related to water, environment and health, in order to improve its consultancy services, reference material, software and hardware products and tools. Competencies include extensive physical/chemical and biological knowledge, numerical modelling, process optimization and control, environmental laboratories and scale model test facilities, field surveys, monitoring programmes, and institutional capacity building and training.

Contact person: Anders LYNGGAARD-JENSEN (Mr)




Some of the consortiums partners
This project has received
funding from the European Union’s
Seventh Programme for Research,
Technological Development and
Demonstration under Grant
Agreement No 244232
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