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Aquarden’s Waterox system saves money for Alfa Laval Nakskov

Aquarden has been treating Alfa Laval Nakskov’s wastewater over a period of time

Alfa Laval’s Business Centre Membranes in Nakskov develops and produces polymer membranes and advanced filtration systems and was looking for a method to treat a part of their wastewater. Aquarden’s Waterox-solution proved significant cost-savings and effective treatment results.

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Destruction of environmentally hazardous pharmaceuticals

Test shows convincing results from SCWO treatment of wastewater with drug residues

There is great potential in using the SCWO method for wastewater treatment with drug residues from the pharmaceutical industry. This is the conclusion from a project, where Aquarden tested its SCWO technology on wastewater from Rigshospitalet, Denmark’s leading hospital, with more than 60 pharmaceuticals.

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Purifying landfill leachate

An SCWO-based solution for Odense Waste Management Company Ltd.

How do you keep 200,000 cubic meters a year of harmful leachate from landfill sites from harming the environment? Denmark’s biggest public landfill facility has already recognized that on-site SCWO-based treatment systems could be a solution. International expert from leading consulting group COWI agree that new leachate treatment methods are needed.

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Destroying hormones and endocrine disruptors

Protecting our environment from hormones and endocrine disruptors with SCWO-technology

The global consumption of pharmaceutical products and the industrial use of substances that disrupt the endocrine system are on the rise, causing serious problems for our natural environment and for human health. SCWO-based wastewater purification technology holds the potential to completely destroy such organic pollutants and to protect our environment for generations to come.

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