Helsingborg is one of the fastest growing cities in Sweden. It is expected that in 15 years the city has attracted more than 40,000 new residents. To meet this grow, 1,000 new homes are being built each year. One of the first new districts is Oceanhamnen, part of the H+ project.
In the Oceanhamnen district, a new innovative and sustainable wastewater treatment facility will be implemented. The new residences and office buildings will be equipped with vacuum toilets and kitchen grinders. Black and grey wastewater will be collected and treated separated at source.
Desah now received the order to realize the new sanitation design, emphasizing the recovery of valuable raw materials such as fertilizer and biogas, as well as heat recovery.