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New master thesis about raw water control

Published: 17 February 2017

Johan Sandberg has now finalized his master thesis work “Swedish raw water control – case study Rökebo water work”. In this project the raw water control has been evaluated, based on a specific water work with induced infiltration and then a comparison with other water works has been done. Johan has, for instance compared the frequency of control and exemplified how the control can be performed by systematical management and use of statistical methods. He also indicates the benefits of geohydrology modeling to increase the knowledge of raw water quality changes.

With this master thesis project, Johan Sandberg finalizes his studies at Luleå University of Technology. He has studied the master program Natural Resources Engineering. He will now start to work at WSP Environmental in Stockholm within the group “Land and Water”.

The master thesis report, which is written in Swedish, can be downloaded here: