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Picture of a wastewater site. Retrieved from Vannfakta.

A national action plan for sewage could save billions of kroner for citizens

This article is written in Norwegian by Helge Eide, Director for Society, Welfare and Democracy in KS, and Thomas Breen, Director of Norsk Vann. This is first published in Kommunal Rapport 19.12.2022

According to KS (Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities) and Norsk Vann (Norwegian Water), a nationwide sewage action plan allows municipalities to make wise environmental investments while ensuring economic and social sustainability.

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InfoTiles in Denmark, International Water Association, World Water Congress

InfoTiles in Copenhagen at World Water Congress 2022

It is almost impossible not to know that InfoTiles and its closest partners were at the International Water Association World Water Congress last week (to clarify, yes, we were there). It was made even more possible with our hosts Innovasjon Norge, Norsk Vann, and Royal Norwegian Embassy in Copenhagen for the opportunity for hosting InfoTiles at the Norway Pavillion.

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InfoTiles named top 25 most innovative start-ups in Nordic Cleantech Open

Stavanger, August 25th 2022 - InfoTiles is pleased to be named as one of the top 25 cleantech innovators for water and wastewater at Nordic Cleantech Open.  

The eleventh edition of the competition, organised by Cleantech Scandinavia, selected the best companies from 137 candidates across the Nordic and Baltic countries. The top 25 were selected by an international jury that includes a panel of 50 Cleantech Scandinavia members from venture capital firms, multinational industries, the utility sector, development agencies, and public investment. 

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InfoTiles is part of the #BuiltFor2030 project

Helping to #BuildFor2030

We are very proud to be partners with Microsoft, and have worked very closely with them the past years in promoting InfoTiles and our solution to deliver more sustainable water usage in cities and municipalities.  

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