A matter of trust
The national Swiss television is run in the interests of its viewers and listeners. Ensuring value for money is a core responsibility for the employees every day dedicated to produce fi rst class radio and television. The Schweizer Fernsehen has a portfolio of services in place which is suited to the digital age, and which enables the SF to bring more value than ever before.
A Starck presence
Duravit AG, Hornberg, produces sanitary ceramics, bathroom furniture, accessories, baths, shower bases and health products and has undergone considerable growth in recent years, particularly in its export business. The company (2,300 employees, turnover around €160 million) has been influential in the development of the sanitary industry worldwide and has become a trend setter for innovative bathroom design.
After-hours external monitoring service cuts utility’s costs in half
When Ishøj’s town council cut the city’s after-hours monitoring service for the local wastewater utility in 2013, the company already knew the true expense and hassle of running such a service on its own.
AQUA Engineering: Grundfos is full-line supplier to leading water treatment ...
Aqua Engineering GmbH in Mondsee, Austria, is a subsidiary of, BWT - Best Water Technology, Europe’s leading business in the field of water treatment with an annual turnover of app. 350 million € and a workforce of more than 2500 people.
Arena Riga exclusively employs Grundfos pumps
Latvia, Riga: The capital of Latvia is famous for its cultural and art traditions, its beautiful nature and is praised by many as the European capital of art-nouveau architecture.
At California organic vineyard, pump is key part of sustainability
Despite the otherwise brilliant growing conditions for grapes, Ampelos Vineyard in California's Santa Rita Hills does not get much rain. Therefore, Ampelos' irrigates its 46,000 vines from an aquifer 50 metres underground, brought to the surface with a Grundfos submersible SP pump.
Avoid overdosing chemicals in wastewater treatment
Over the past 20 years, phosphorus and BOD levels have successfully been reduced in effluent discharged into the gently meandering Tualatin River in northwest Oregon.