A local freshwater impact – developing on the AWaRe indicator

Ryle N. Gejl

Technical University of Denmark

PhD student working on assessing the impact on the groundwater resource. The aim is to get an assessment the utilities can use externally to compare between utilities and internally to assist the management of groundwater abstraction so to least impact the groundwater resource.The work is done in collaboration with the three largest utilities in Denmark.


Currently there are several world maps showing the water stress in regions or nations. They give a good indication of water stress on a larger scale, but do not have information on a local scale that may assist a water utility... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Ryle N. Gejl (Technical University of Denmark)
  2. Martin Rygaard (Technical University of Denmark)
  3. Jens Rasmussen (HOFOR)
  4. Poul L. Bjerg (Technical University of Denmark)

Topic Areas

• Food, energy, water, and nutrient material flows and footprints , • Management and technology for sustainable and resilient energy, water, food, materials,


TS-20 » Energy-water nexus (15:30 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room E)

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