Water supply must be solved in any habitat, whatever size. In the paper, some examples of water supply strategies are presented for ancient settlements, particularly in Scandinavia and with special focus on the large iron age settlement in Uppåkra in Scania, that has been inhabited during at least 1100 years. The results indicate that the […]
Författare Kenneth M Persson och Lars Larsson
Nyckelord (Keyword) Ancient water supply, iron-age, wells, Uppåkra, Scandinavia
In Scania there are 33 municipalities where 16 of these are located along the coast. Integrated Coastal Zone Management, ICZM, has been regarded as an effective and necessary strategy for maintaining the coast. Many of the activities in the coastal area are controlled by the Swedish Planning and Building act, PBL, which from some perspectives […]
An investigation has been performed to monitor the raw and drinking water quality in the Romanian counties Calarasi and Braila in the south-east of Romania. As a part of this investigation, fractioning of the natural organic matter (NOM) and determination of the regrowth potential as biodegradable organic matter (BDOC) has been performed. The plants treating […]
Författare Lars J. Hem, Irina Lucaciu, Liliana Cruceru, Bjørnar Eikebrokk and Gøril Thorvaldsen
Nyckelord (Keyword) Water supply, water quality, treatment, monitoring, NOM, fractioning, SUVA, BDOC, Romania, Danube
“Nature’s fury, Man’s folly!” As people of Mumbai were getting ready for work and children’s for school on morning of 26 July 2005, they had no idea what is coming for them in next 48 hours. It rained heavily leading to massive floods and other related damages to life and property. We still are helpless […]
Uncontaminated water is essential for life. That is a fact that ought to be a sufficient argument for groundwater aquifers and surface water resources to be considered as worth protecting from contamination. Despite this, numerous of contrarious interests exist that might lead to contamination of water. In this article it is discussed, that the type […]
Författare Nina Runvik och Kenneth M Persson
Nyckelord (Keyword) damage, surface water, ground water, protective value, worth to preserve, contaminating substances, The Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EG, ecosystem services, aquifers, drinking water
The cost for disposal of the dewatered sludge is dominating among the operational costs for sludge handling at municipal wastewater treatment plants. This, in turn, is affected by the dryness of the sludge. In this paper the results from parallel trials with two different dewatering techniques, at two different wastewater treatment plants (Sjölunda and Klagshamn […]
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