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2nd Swedish Conference on Sewage Sludge Biochar in Malmö, Sweden.
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Time for DISCO!

What do we actually use our drinking water for? How much do we drink, how much is flushed down the toilet, and how much is used for personal hygiene?
En grupp människor uppställda bredvid varandra, tittar in i kameran och ler

Kick-off meeting and site visit for ISWIM

Happy participants at the first physical project meeting within ISWIM gathered this week in Skåne.

Specialist in material characterisation on visit

On 8 April, Nils Skoglund, senior lecturer at the Thermochemical Energy Conversion Laboratory at Umeå University, visited the pilot plant at the Ellinge Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The 2nd Sewage Sludge Biochar conference is looking for speakers!

The 2nd Swedish Conference on Sewage Sludge Biochar will be arranged 15-17 October 2024 in Malmö, Sweden. We are now looking for speakers and exhibiting companies for the conference.

General meeting within Testbed Ellinge

A happy group from Testbed Ellinge's basic organisation gathered for a meeting in Eslöv to discuss the progress of the testbed and to visit the pilot facility.

WAVE – Strategic innovation initiative within the water sector

Hooray! An important and exciting news for water issues across all sectors - it's now confirmed that one of the five programs that received funding within Impact Innovation is Water for Vital Environments - WAVE.
En rad med handfat, en tandborste står på ett av dem

New research project: Sustainable Pricing of Water

Techniques for a more circular use of water exist, but we need to broaden the perspective to achieve sustainable water use. But how can we make it profitable and create incentives for property owners to implement technologies that support more sustainable water use?
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Roslagsvatten invests in pyrolysis

Sweden's first pyrolysis plant at a wastewater treatment plant will be built at Magretelund's WWTP in the municipality of Österåker.

Ellen Edefell in a (sort of) new role

It is now confirmed that Ellen Edefell will fill the project manager role to develop R&D projects within our focus area of biologically stable drinking water.
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Further delay of the start-up of the pilot plant

Unfortunately, the company Aquagreen announced last week that the start-up of the pilot at Ellinge WWTP will be further delayed.

New article describes marine sediments as an urban reservoir for viable E. coli

The article “Marine sediments are identified as an environmental reservoir for Escherichia coli: Comparing signature-based and novel amplicon sequencing approaches for microbial source tracking” examines how bacterial communities in marine sediments change along a coastline to determine if they are affected by human activity.