October 27, 2020
In recent times, tremendous pressure has been exerted on freshwater resources due to natural and anthropogenic activities globally. Several major coastal cities are seriously facing the water crisis, in recent years, Cape Town in ...
Faecal sludge management in rural India – Case from Dhenkanal, Odisha India has made tremendous gain in eliminating opening defecation in the last five years under its national sanitation programme, Swachh Bharat Mission (Cl...
October 16, 2020
We live in a world with ever-changing new normals, technological disruptions, groundbreaking solutions – and countless buzzwords. We can do things today that were unthinkable just a couple of years back. The International Water ...
October 14, 2020
In October 2020, thousands of water professionals, colleagues and friends were to convene in Copenhagen. We were ready to share with you how we achieved bathing water in our harbour, how we combine climate change adaptation with u...
September 30, 2020
Water Stewardship: License to operate? After 200 years of industrialisation where water was used rather thoughtlessly and our natural resources and environment were almost neglected, the winds of change have begun to blow the rece...
September 29, 2020
A network demonstrates its strength during crisis times How an international conference and a global pandemic drives collaboration in youth networks and beyond Amazing things can happen when people bring something else to the tabl...
September 18, 2020
Day by day, the energy accounts of many Danish wastewater treatment plants are looking better and better. Consequently, many wastewater companies look into a future, with potential energy self-sufficiency.   Wastewater is increa...
September 10, 2020
In November 2019, the Danish government established 13 so-called ‘climate partnerships’ with the private sector, covering the entire Danish business community and its emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG). Each of the 13 climate...
September 9, 2020
In Germany, April is usually one of the wettest months. This year, the country only received 5% of its usual rainfall, and the river Rhine, which works as the most important trade route in Germany, is on the verge of drying out. T...
September 4, 2020
I always knew I wanted a career that reflected my values but growing up I didn’t realise I would find that in the Water Industry.  My journey isn’t atypical and as I went off to university to study Biological and Forensic Sci...