SEW‑EURODRIVE on location: Interview series

Waste water treatment needs progression – both in terms of technology and people

Nothing is worse in waste water technology than a long period of downtime. The waste water cannot simply be switched off. However, downtime is not an issue for the people who work in sewage treatment plants. During an interview with the Plant Manager of the sewage treatment plant in Kammerforst in the municipality of Karlsdorf-Neuthard, we learned a lot about the professions, problems, and future topics in waste water technology.

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Interview series part 1

Two people on a scraper bridge

In part 1 of our interview series, you will meet Plant Manager Jochen Daniel Schwertheim and find out first-hand what makes his job as Manager of a Sewage Treatment Plant so special.

Interview series part 2

Belebungsbecken Klärwerk

In part 2 of our interview series we will give you first-hand information on the challenges facing the Kammerforst sewage treatment plant every day and how you can handle them.

Interview series part 3

Aeration tank Sewage treatment plant

How has wastewater treatment developed over the years and what does the future hold for profession and technology? At the Karlsdorf-Neuthard sewage treatment plant, no one wants to obstruct anything during the reconstruction.