The sewage treatment plants in Denmark are gradually changing their energy position going from pure electricity consumers to being actual producers of green energy.
A flower farm in Kenya invests heavily in sustainability to coexist with unique nature and wildlife. NIRAS helps masterplanning the sustainable transformation.
A tunnel shaft with appertaining pumps will be tested with a specially designed model. The solutions are part of a major cloudburst project in Copenhagen.
With an innovative heat pump solution, Kalundborg Utility utilises waste water from a sewage treatment plant to produce district heating.
In Billund employees have moved into the new LEGO Campus’ first leg of the in total 55,000 square meter building, which in the future will house many of the company’s employees in Denmark.
Backed by a grant of DKK 25 million from Innovation Fund Denmark, 16 players aim to revolutionise the district heating sector. NIRAS is heading up the project, which aims to extract valuable knowledge from the sector’s data.
The Dronninglund district heating company in Denmark has created one of the world’s largest solar heating systems.
Two new 'highways for rainwater' will be drilled in the Copenhagen underground. Denmark's largest utility company, HOFOR, has hired an international team of consultants with NIRAS in the lead to solve the complicated cloudburst projects.
Danish water specialists will help Malaysia increase its security of water supply and reduce high water losses.
Contact your data scientist, when you experience data pain. Torben Kirk Wolf works to establish an entire department for Data Science in NIRAS.
A test model of a new type of energy storage has a large potential for storing wind and solar energy.
State, municipalities, and companies can look forward to innovative and interdisciplinary consultancy within waste management.
Companies must become much better at recognizing the climate impact of suppliers in other countries. Merely focusing on activities within the company’s borders is far from accurate - and only a few are taking the possible measures to create an overview of the entire value chain.
Power-to-X makes it possible for us to fly on sustainable aviation fuel. And it is mentioned as the key technology that will make the green transition succeed.
Empty barrels in large piles, military vehicles, and old airplane wrecks are some of the remnants illustrating the history of remote areas in Greenland. NIRAS has won the assignment to assess and screen eight of the affected locations.
A lack of sustainable water sources makes Somaliland vulnerable to droughts such as the one that has devastated much of the region in 2016-2017. An international team, assembled and led by NIRAS, has been contracted to map out Somaliland’s best options for developing large-scale reliable water sources and water mobilization infrastructure.
NIRAS has developed project tools to address the challenges that most companies confront when implementing Sustainable Development Goals
Water resource management project in war-torn South Sudan is a good example of NIRAS’ capacity to work successfully even under challenging and rapidly changing conditions.
In her daily life, civil engineer Christina Berg Olesen works with biogas and waste water projects for NIRAS. However, her 2019 summer holiday was not of the usual kind, as she spent it in Zimbabwe examining possibilities for a more efficient water supply.
NIRAS helped successful craft brewery to masterplan, project manage the front end engineering design and prepare the tenders for a new site.
With the help of the ’Information Matters’ programme, Georgia, Colombia and Vietnam hope to improve their climate reporting to the UN.
NIRAS and its consortium partners conducted studies to jumpstart improvements to wastewater infrastructure and living conditions in three municipalities of Macedonia. These measures were funded as part of the EU’s push to support improvements to the environmental sector.
New guideline demonstrates how the SDGs can be integrated across projects.
Aarhus Municipality has an ambitious goal of finding new ways using 3D data in the planning and dialogue with the citizens. NIRAS has contributed with a digital 3D city model of the entire municipality, which shall transform ambitions into reality.
Unique water and sediment samples from Lake Mälaren show that
the environmental hazardous and previous un-explored variants PFAS substances. The unique samplings, which contain previous un-explored variants of PFAS are on a historical high level.
Greece, England, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Denmark. Marios Dimitriadis has relocated with his family four times in his pursuit for challenging projects. He is making heavy underground infrastructure – the more advanced, the better.
By using clever methods such as eDNA, Søren Nøht Thomsen can map species like these in aquatic environments and thereby create a foundation for us to better protect their habitats.
In Denmark, the municipalities are responsible for the indoor climate in public buildings. In relation hereto, NIRAS executed a large radon inspection for one of the Danish municipalities last year.
Two leaks were quickly found when a water distribution network north of Copenhagen had installed smart, new listening device. The utility company Novafos is part of the LEAKman partnership that combines knowledge and technology from nine market-leading players.
A new and state-of-the-art online model of Oslo’s water supply will help reduce a high level of leakage and resolve a serious water challenge, which is threatening the Norwegian capital’s future supply of drinking water.
Creating space for technical curiosity is important to make employees thrive. This is the opinion of NIRAS’ new Senior Vice President of Utility.
As of 1 February 2019, NIRAS bolsters its consultancy services within energy optimisation and reduction in the process industry by acquiring the activities and staff of SE Rådgivning.
Building MRV systems in Africa — how NIRAS is working with countries to develop technical capacity for implementation of the Paris Agreement.
The Ayeyarwady Integrated River Basin Management (AIRBM) Project, initiated by the World Bank, seeks to improve the livelihoods of millions of poor people who are susceptible to water-related disasters in Myanmar. NIRAS is leading the way on integrating and modernizing the region’s complex hydrometeorology systems.
The basin development project assists the Government of Malawi in developing an integrated multi-sectoral Shire River Basin Plan based on extensive analytical and stakeholder inputs.