Case Study

Cuxhaven, Germany Utility Reduces Aeration Energy Use By 30%, Minimizing Operational Expenses And Reducing Compliance Risk By Applying A Decision Intelligence Approach

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EWE WASSER GmbH (EWE) is one of northwest Germany’s largest wastewater disposal companies and is responsible for the transportation and purification of wastewater through 23 modern wastewater purification plants. In Cuxhaven, the company operates a large municipal wastewater treatment plant with the capacity to purify wastewater for the nearly 400,000 residents of this seaside town.

In Cuxhaven, as in most cities, the pumping and treatment processes are the largest consumers of energy in the water cycle. And typically, aeration accounts for more than 50 percent of wastewater treatment energy consumption. This is due to energy intensive technologies such as mechanical aerators, blowers and diffusers.

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