Existing load data from WWTPs are important, but are often deficient, and standard values for concentrations and mass flows for different substances and quotas between…
Sweden Water Research conducts research into water and develops new, effective solutions to meet the future challenges facing the water services industry.
We create, run, participate in and initiate projects that seek out suitable partnerships, with the ultimate aim of increasing knowledge of successful methods for the development and climate change adaptation of the cities of the future. Projects within Sweden Water Research are run in close collaboration with the owner municipalities and will, in either the short or the long term, benefit day-to-day operations.
Characterisation of municipal wastewater
Digital twin for sustainable and resource efficient operation of wastewater treatment plants
Within this project, a method for developing digital twins at WWTPs will be developed, including real time process simulation and data validation.
Educational activities – a vehicle for meeting future recruitment needs?
This project is looking into how effective the educational activities are and how they can be developed to attract both boys’ and girls’ interest in a career within the water sector.
FramBliK – The future biofilm process, still with continuous operation
The overall aim of this project is, in pilot-scale, study and develop a compact and resource-efficient alternative to today’s other compact treatment technologies on the…
Future City Water
Future City Water delivers state-of-the-art solutions that secure our most important commodity – drinking water.
Increased production of biogas through industrial symbiosis – co-digestion of steam pretreated straw and sewage sludge
The potential could be realised in a socio-economically profitable way through industrial symbiosis between agricultural straw production, combined heat and power plants that supply steam,…
Källby Water Workshop, Lund
Källby Water Workshop is an innovative test bed and an arena where companies, universities and utility can work together to develop the future measurement methods for drinking water quality.
Measurement of direct greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater treatment basins
Climate neutrality in the water and wastewater business can only be fulfilled if emissions of methane and nitrous oxide are low. We need good methods to identify and quantify these emissions.
PhD project – Ideal Carbon Utilisation (ICU)
This is Elin Ossiansson’s phd project. About the project In municipal wastewater treatment, easily available carbon is needed as energy source for bacteria that remove…
Phd project: Climate adaptation of drainage networks
This is the PhD research project of Sara Roth. Sara is an industrial PhD student working for Sweden Water Research, NSVA and Lund University. About…
PhD project: Treatment of source separated greywater for lower effluent requirements with MBBR and Horizontal Filters
This is Ashley Hall’s doctoral thesis. Ashley is an industrial doctoral student from Sweden Water Research through Lund University. About the Project: In the future…
PhD project: Water management policy for cooperation in catchement areas.
This is the PhD research project of Emma Enström. Emma is an industrial PhD student working for Sweden Water Research, Sydvatten and Lund University. Water…