Projects by Qua-vac

Vacuum sewer system for wastewater management in Øster Hurup, Denmark

Øster Hurup is a coastal village in Denmark. With its sandy beach and summer houses, it’s a popular holiday destination. Due to the coastal location and limited electricity availability, traditional methods for wastewater management were impossible. Besides that, the use of septic tanks made it impossible to collect wastewater for water treatment.

New vacuum sewer system in Velje, Denmark

Velje is one of the largest cities in Denmark and is committed to innovative architecture and embraces environmentally friendly practices. To handle the collection of wastewater a new sewer system had to be implemented.  However, due to the restricted space in this specific location, the feasibility of installing a new sewer system was limited.

Vacuum sewerage system in architectural Almere Duin

Almere Duin is a neighbourhood in Almere, a city in The Netherlands. The concept of Almere Duin focuses on sustainable building practices and energy-efficient technologies. The area is characterized by artificial sand dunes, which made the use of a traditional vacuum sewerage system impossible.

Vacuum sewer system as a sustainable alternative in Zeewolde

Zeewolde is a city established on reclaimed land from the former Zuiderzee. Among others, the municipality is committed to a sustainable living environment. This is one of the reasons why they decided to explore more alternative options for a traditional sewer system.

Preventing environmental degradation of the Yamuna River in Agra, India

Agra is, because of its rich heritage, one of the most popular cities in India. In order to maintain the sanity of the Yamuna River, behind the famous Taj Mahal, and its surroundings it was necessary to implement a sewer system. A vacuum sewerage system proved to be the ideal choice for preventing environmental degradation.

Improving water quality and protecting environment in The Maldives

Hithadhoo is located in the southern part of the Maldives. The Maldives is home to several protected marine areas and biosphere reserves, aimed at preserving the delicate ecosystems and biodiversity of the region. In order to improve the water quality and protect the environment, Qua-vac installed a vacuum sewer system in Hithadhoo.