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Waterboard Vechtstromen chooses the Cambi-solution for regional sludge center

Waterboard Vechtstromen chooses the Cambi-solution for regional sludge center

Cambi will construct a new Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) plant in the city of Hengelo, the Netherlands. The Cambi THP sludge pre-treatment will approximately double the capacity of the existing egg-shaped digesters from 9,000 to 18,000 ton sludge per year.
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Ministerial Visit to Cambi

Ministerial Visit to Cambi


Norway’s Industry Minister Monica Mæland and Minister of Education Thorbjørn Røe Isaksen, visited Cambi´s headquarters in Asker. The ministers wanted to learn about industrial research, higher education, and public support.



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Aktor Awards Contract to Cambi in Athens, Greece

Aktor Awards Contract to Cambi in Athens, Greece

The Greek construction company Aktor has awarded Cambi a contract for the installation of Cambi’s Thermal Hydrolysis THP B6 system at Psyttalia Island Wastewater Treatment Works in Athens, serving 5.6 mill. people.

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Aecom Awards Contract to Cambi in Kent, England

Aecom Awards Contract to Cambi in Kent, England

The Long Reach project is a first of its kind in the UK. Thames water have selected AECOM as main contractor with Cambi as its specialist sub-contractor to build an upgrade to its sludge digestion plant in at Long Reach STW, in NW Kent.  The plant has sewage treatment design capacity for 840,000 people equivalent and digests its sludge for use in agriculture as a fertiliser

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Cambi won the Water Technology Company of the Year Distinction at the Global Water Summit, Paris, 7-8 April 2014

Cambi won the Water Technology Company of the Year Distinction at the Global Water Summit, Paris, 7-8 April 2014

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The Washington Post:       DC Water adopts Norway’s Cambi system for making power and fine fertilizer from sewage

The Washington Post: DC Water adopts Norway’s Cambi system for making power and fine fertilizer from sewage

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Interview of George Hawkins, General Manager, DCWATER about the world’s largest Cambi plant located in Washington DC, USA.

Interview of George Hawkins, General Manager, DCWATER about the world’s largest Cambi plant located in Washington DC, USA.

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MWH Awards Contract to Cambi in Edinburgh, Scotland

MWH Awards Contract to Cambi in Edinburgh, Scotland

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