9 articles in Denmark

Fostering the waste-to-value economy within industry Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)

The resource recycling methods of an industrial ecosystem in a Danish town has brought numerous economic and environmental benefits. Where are the opportunities going forward?

Asia pacific in brief Vol 18, Issue 7 (July 2017)

Singapore-listed engineer Darco Water Technologies, which is particularly strong in the Malaysian microelectronics industry, has initiated a pilot project using forward osmosis membranes from Denmark’s Aquaporin on semiconductor wastewater streams.

EUROPE WATER IN BRIEF Vol 14, Issue 12 (December 2013)

Luis Castilla has been promoted to head up the Infrastructure, Water and Services division of Acciona from January 2014.

EUROPE WATER IN BRIEF Vol 14, Issue 8 (August 2013)

Hungarian wastewater treatment specialist Organica Water completed its Series B funding round earlier this month after securing additional funds from WLR China Energy Infrastructure Fund, a three-way private equity venture involving Huaneng Capital, Invesco and WL Ross.

Global water tariffs continue upward trend Vol 12, Issue 9 (September 2011)

A 6.8% rise in global water tariffs masks significant changes in the way local authorities calculate their rates. David Zetland gets behind the numbers.

No let up in pressure on water tariffs Vol 10, Issue 9 (September 2009)

The global financial crisis might have provided a good reason for water utilities to hold back on water and wastewater charges. This year’s survey shows continued above inflation rises.

Tariff rises begin to hit home Vol 8, Issue 9 (September 2007)

This year’s GWI/OECD water tariff survey shows some movement in Eastern Europe and parts of the US, though Africa, Latin America and much of Asia sleep on. What is the story behind the numbers?

TARIFF-IC! Vol 8, Issue 9 (September 2007)

* The results of our latest water tariff survey are revealed in this month’s Market Profile.

NEWS IN BRIEF – EUROPE Vol 7, Issue 3 (March 2006)

* UK water provider, Severn Trent will refund the £7 million overcharged to customers.