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Kenya experienced large amounts of rain – but lacks clean drinking water

Kenya experienced cloudbursts in the spring. However, the lack of water and drinking water is a challenge for Kenya and the city of Thika, where Aarhus Vand contributes with knowledge about reducing water loss, wastewater treatment and drinking water production.
28. May 2024

Aarhus Vand joins innovative collaboration with Californian utility

The signing of a new collaboration agreement solidifies a shared commitment to addressing the world's most pressing water challenges.
25. Jan 2024

New CEO: Ambitions for 2024 are sustainability, growth and how to create an attractive workplace

First of November a new CEO - Karina Topp took office at Aarhus Vand. Sustainability, continued growth and ensuring that Aarhus Vand is an attractive place to work are key ambitions in 2024.
21. Dec 2023
Kamstrups Digitale Vandmåler

The future digital water meter will help citizens of Aarhus save water

Digital water meters will make it easier and better to be a customer at Aarhus Vand in the future. A collaboration between Kamstrup, Systematic and Aarhus Vand will bring the digitalization of the new water meters to new heights.
14. Dec 2023
1Mou Til Nettet

Aarhus Vand strengthens the collaboration with the world's largest wastewater plant in Chicago

Both in Chicago and Aarhus there is a desire to minimize the climate impact from wastewater plants. Therefore, on 3 October a collaboration was established enabling knowledge of new technology and solutions to flow smoothly between Denmark and one of the world's largest wastewater treatment plants in the US.
09. Oct 2023

Nitrous oxide levels monitored for one year at wastewater treatment plants in Europe and Australia

Wastewater treatment plants in Denmark, Australia and the UK joined forces for one year to monitor emissions of nitrous oxide. This greenhouse gas may be subject to stricter regulation in future and is thus worth learning more about.
21. Aug 2023
Ghana Lækagesøgning Juni2023

Education in detection of leaks on water pipes in Ghana has paid off

Through cooperation with Aarhus Vand, operators from Ghana Water are now able to educate eachother in leak detection and are able to find leaks with basic and advanced equipment.
26. Jun 2023
Water Cyc Første

Water challenges of the future were discussed at the Green Impact Week

Aarhus Vand opened its doors 1st of June to Green Impact Week with the aim to gather a diverse crowd of researchers, investors and water professionals discussing water challenges of the future.
07. Jun 2023

Aarhus Vand receives award for the procurement process for the Aarhus ReWater project

We are honoured to have received the Innovative Lighthouse Award for an innovative procurement process for the Aarhus ReWater project as the only water utility.
07. Jun 2023

Aarhus Vand recognized as a Climate Smart Utility

Aarhus Vand has been recognized as a Climate Smart Utility by the International Water Association’s Climate Smart Utilities Initiative.
24. May 2023

Strategic Cooperation between Investo Capital and Aarhus Vand

Investo Capital and Aarhus Vand has recently entered into a strategic cooperation in order to ensure growth within competitive companies, originating from a knowledge intensive and professionalized innovative environment around Aarhus Vand.
16. Nov 2022
Egaa, Dronefoto

Net-zero partnership - Melbourne Water & Severn Trent

Aarhus Vand (Denmark), Melbourne Water (Australia), and Severn Trent (UK) form a partnership to advance the future of environmentally friendly wastewater treatment. Partners will collaborate on developing technologies to reduce the carbon footprint of wastewater treatment sites to net-zero, sharing existing expertise, and establishing new international standards for measuring and reporting emissions.
20. Sep 2022

Aarhus Vand enters into cooperation with Portuguese water company

Aarhus Vand has just signed a cooperation agreement with the Portuguese water company Águas do Tejo Atlântico. The collaboration must support the development and dissemination of sustainable solutions in the water area through knowledge sharing, training and exchange of employees.
29. Mar 2022

Aarhus Rewater: Digitally mapping the resource recovery plant of the future

The intention with Aarhus ReWater is to make the world's most resource efficient wastewater treatment plant.
22. Oct 2020
Uendeligbro Aften Large

Take It From The Top Series With… Claus Homann

Listen to Claus Homann, Aarhus Vand, discuss how the utility has shifted to activity based working, an approach that provides different physical work spaces that align with types of work, and how he envisions workplaces will change post-pandemic.
22. Oct 2020
Fns Verdensmål Aarhus

Aarhus Vand goes all in on the UN's Global Goals

Aarhus Vand is taking sustainability to the next step and becomes the first water company in the world to be certified according to the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
08. Sep 2020

Utilizing the Potential of Wastewater: From Energy Consumer to Energy Producer

Aarhus Vand have been working strategically to develop energy neutral utilities for decades. It all started with a challenge to save energy and become more efficient, and now, after years of continuous work, we're able to announce, that already now the GHG emissions are 77% lower than in 2008.
24. Jul 2020

Cost-efficient capacity expansion of Viby wastewater treatment plant

Aarhus Vand had planned to increase the capacity of Viby wastewater treatment plant in order to ensure stable and efficient treatment performance.
24. Jul 2020

Henning Larsen to design the world's most efficient wastewater treatment plant

The architectural firm Henning Larsen has been selected by Aarhus Vand to design Aarhus Rewater, a cutting-edge wastewater treatment plant and urban landmark. Henning Larsen, along with team members Klinges Tegnestue, Topotek 1, and artist Eva Koch, will lead the project.
18. Jun 2020
Mars Lystbådhavn Large

Achieving 150 % energy self-sufficiency at Marselisborg Wastewater Treatment Plant

Our biggest wastewater treatment plant in Marselisborg produced 30 % more electricity than the amount consumed by the plant itself on average between 2015-2019. At the same time the treatment plant produced 75 % more heat than it consumed, resulting in a total net energy production of 150 %.
18. Jun 2020