Resource efficient wastewater systems
In the MACRO project large-scale source-separating wastewater systems and their implementation in urban areas are investigated. The work is led by Stockholm municipality and funded by Vinnova. The knowledge and experiences gained from this project will be implemented into the course “Resource-effici...
The untapped potential of greywater: Decentralised treatment and use for blue-green public spaces
This project investigates the suitability of using a two-stage vertical-flow constructed wetland as wastewater treatment method for small communities in subarctic climate. The work is funded by the Swedish Research Council Formas and the municipality of Luleå.
In this project, we discuss the factors that affect the treatment efficiency of on-site wastewater infiltration units and sand filters and develop assessment criteria for effective supervision of these treatment units. The work is funded by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.
- governance, efficiency, resources recovery, environment contamination risks and innovative solutions for processes optimization
In this project the performance of sand filters for on-site wastewater treatment is investigated focusing on identifying active microbes and reasons for excess sludge formation. The project is funded by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.
In this project we investigate decentralised sanitation systems with regard to their sustainability and resilience and in comparison to centralised sanitation solutions. The project is funded by the Swedish Research Council Formas.
In this project the performance of phosphorus filters for on-site wastewater treatment is investigated. The project is funded by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.
In this project different methods for on-site wastewater treatment are compared using sustainability criteria.
In this project the occurrence of bacteria in the outlets of small-scale on-site wastewater treatment units is investigated. The project is funded by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.