On 28 October, HAMBURG WASSER, the public water operator of the city of Hamburg and surrounding municipalities in northern Germany presented its Climate strategic plan for 2025 and declared 'climate neutrality' as a top priority
On 4 August 2020, HAMBURG WASSER (Hamburg, Germany) presented a study focus on the drinking water habits of the citizens of Hamburg. The results obtained show that 42% of the citizens prefer tap water rather than bottled water (26%).
HAMBURG WASSER inaugurated the HAMBURG WATER Cycle , a unique wastewater concept that combines wastewater treatment and energy directly in the Jenfelder Au residential district, with an objective to recover energy and reduce CO2 emissions . The system relies on the separate collection of 'black water' (from the toilet) from
Aqua Publica members Gruppo CAP (Milan, Italy) and Hamburg Wasser (Hamburg, Germany) have started a new bilateral Water Erasmus exchange. The two operators are working together on waste water treatment , as well as renovation plans and energy efficiency programmes. This exchange is a great opportunity to share knowledge and