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Thomas Larsen sees greater opportunities outside of Denmark’s borders as 98% of the company’s projects take place abroad: “This is what we are trying to do, together with DBDH."

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Thomas Nyman Larsen BWT HOH A/S Geminivej 24 DK-2670 Greve, Denmark

Phone: +45 43 970 227 Mobile: +45 23 32 56 44

As another example of a remarkable project, BWT Denmark has also supplied a complete water treatment system for Stanford University in California: by removing the oxygen present in the water and adjusting the water quality, the system protects piping against corrosion and contributes to a longer product lifetime and is a 100 % chemical free solution. “Stanford University became our customer because COWI, a Danish consultant company, was working on a new district heating project for the campus.” says Thomas Larsen.

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