Our Services

1. Technical visits

Cleantech Högdalen welcomes professional visitors looking for co-operation with companies that participate in the project as well as other cleantech companies in the Stockholm Region. Please contact us for a tailor-made visit to plants and companies. For an example of a visitor program, see below:

Technical visit example: Swedish Waste and Energy management – a general introduction and the Stockholm example.

Day 1

  • Integrated waste management in Sweden.
  • Visit to IVL Swedish Environmental Institute / KTH Royal Academy of Technology
  • Sustainable management of municipal waste in Stockholm.
  • Visit the Waste & Traffic Department at the City of Stockholm.

Day 2

  • Waste to energy / Waste to fuels.
  • Visit to IVL, KTH and consultancy companies specialised in the design of systems for waste to energy processes and heat and power generation.
  • Treatment of organic waste fractions. Biogas production.
  • Introduction to selected waste and energy technologies.
  • European Union guidelines for waste management.
  • Individual counselling and project planning.

Optional: Field visit to Högdalen, the site of Fortum waste incineration plant, and local waste collection stations.

Please have a look at the pdf introduction Waste & energy management Stockholm.

2. Education & lectures

We invite foreign company managers, representatives of municipal waste and energy departements and public organisations to Stockholm for tailor-made professional courses in the field of sustainable energy and waste management.

Proposed content:

  • Integrated waste management in Sweden. Hosted by: IVL Swedish Environmental Institute / KTH Royal Academy of Technology / Stockholm University. Selected consultancy companies and organisations.
  • Sustainable management of municipal waste in Stockholm. Planning, collection, financing and charges, public procurement of services, information to inhabitants. Hosted by: The City of Stockholm Waste and Traffic Department
  • Waste hierarchy according to the EU directives. EU guidelines for waste management.
  • Introduction to integrated systems for waste and energy treatment.
  • Waste to energy – incineration. Waste to fuels – biogas and gasification of organic fractions. Composting.
  • Introduction to selected technologies.
  • Individual counselling and project planning.

3. Waste Watch Sweden Business Guide

The business guide Waste Watch Sweden provides information about Swedish companies in the waste management sector. The Waste Watch Sweden website publish information about pioneering Swedish waste management technology in six languages: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian and Arabic.