Our goal is simple but ambitious – we want it to be the world’s most resource efficient wastewater treatment plant (WWTP).
Aarhus Vand is setting new standards for turning treatment plants into energy producers.
Marselisborg WWTP has an energy self-sufficient far above 100 percent and the plant is in fact a power station, a bio refinery where energy is produced from wastewater.
Truelsbjerg Waterworks in the northern part of Aarhus sets new technological, architectural and operational standards for waterworks.
Aarhus Vand supplies drinking water of the best quality merely by filtering and aerating the water. To maintain the quality of the groundwater was implement a number of activities to protect the groundwater.
Wastewater Treatment Plant in Aarhus uses a simple technique to extract phosphorus via struvite from the wastewater and turn it into a valuable fertiliser
Sewer separation projects are often conducted by establishing separate piping systems for rainwater and wastewater. In the neighbourhood of Risvangen and Vorrevangen in the city of Aarhus, however, no rainwater pipes are dug down.
Through a determined effort we have managed to reduce the number of bursts and thereby the water loss down to six percent.