Category Archives: Drinking Water


Viega. Connected in quality.

Our ambition is to exceed ourselves – each and every day. By looking for regular dialogue with our customers. By developing better products and service features. And by leading our company into the future without ever losing sight of appreciation of our heritage.

In everything we do we are connected in quality. This is not something new, but has been our leitmotif since the company was founded over 115 years ago with the vision to revolutionise installation technology. With over 4,000 employees, we have progressed to become a world market leader – while remaining a family-owned company that sets its own standards. This is how we ensure quality ‘made in Germany’ and products of the highest grade, worldwide.

It is really important for us to support our customers in their daily work. We coordinate materials, technology and comfort, take time for quality management and invest in research and development. The result is a perfectly tuned system providing over 17,000 products – available whenever our customers need them. As a global market leader, we are also committed to sharing our know-how with our customers all around the world.


Drinking water quality

Viega’s core competence: maintaining drinking water quality. This means that our activities in this area go far beyond simply developing products and using the right materials. Drinking water is uniquely valuable, and it is not without good cause that it is one of the most strictly monitored commodities. That is why we also provide support to our customers in the form of comprehensive service and seminars on maintaining drinking water quality. Our innovative solutions come into their own when this fund of knowledge is properly put into practice. As is the case with the products that feature the Viega Hygiene+ function which helps to prevent stagnation and critical temperatures in drinking water installations.

Michael Ottersbach, Project leader R&D
+49 2722 61-5029

FM Mattsson Mora Group

FM Mattsson Mora Group develops and manufactures faucets and accessories. The consistent theme of operations is leading-edge technology, high quality, attractive design and eco-friendliness. Marketing is through the strong, well established product brands FM Mattsson, Mora Armatur and Damixa. The strength of these brands is one of the group’s most valuable assets.

To fully exploit the strength of its three product brands, FM Mattsson Mora Group is engaged in a long-term process to clearly differentiate and position them on the market. The objective is that as far as possible, products should be mutually complementary, rather than competing. FM Mattsson will be the leading brand for faucets in the Nordics. The key words are safety, sustainability and functionality. Mora Armatur is a premium brand with its emphasis on advanced design tailored to modern lifestyles. Damixa stands for Danish design and good quality.

FM Mattsson Mora Group has sales of over 1 000 MSEK and some 550 full-time employees. Production of the company’s products are in Mora, Sweden, and Copenhagen, Denmark.

Postal address:
FM Mattsson Mora GroupAB

P.O.Box 480
SE-792 27 MORA

Visiting address:
Östnorsvägen 95

Phone +46 (0)250 59 60 00.
Fax +46 (0)250 159 60.


Frank Rälg
Business Development Manager
+46 250596421

Water Development Centre

Water Development Centre at Campus in Norrtälje, is an operational part of Campus Roslagen AB, a municipality owned enterprise. The Centre is made up of five constituent parts:

  1. Strategic water projects: Each project involves interested parties cooperating on water issues.
  2. Water Campus: A centre for water-related trainings at all levels.
  3. Water Science Park Roslagen – a science park that makes it possible for innovative water technology entrepreneurs to develop.
  4. com – a web-based service for gathering and propagating water-related knowledge.
  5. Inspiration Water – A conference for discussing interdisciplinary and inter-industry water issues.

Amelia Moray Strömberg, Manager
+46 176 28 61 17

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Malmö Cleantech City

Malmö Cleantech City is a project part of the Trade and Industry Agency, City of Malmö.  Malmö Cleantech City ensures that cleantech companies are happy in Malmö. The project consists of two subprojects that provide companies with marketing assistance, a physical meeting place with a cleantech exhibition and many new business opportunities: the network meetings and the testbed. We arrange social, educational and match-making (business to business) events with a cleantech focus and co-ordinate the agencies within the municipality organization which are more technological oriented to provide testbed for innovative cleantech to help the companies continue developing their products. Malmö Cleantech City works as an arena for cleantech entrepreneurs and a link between the trade and industry, the municipality and the academia.

Jakob Economou
+46 768 75 53 46

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Ideon Open

Ideon Open is Ideon Science Park’s initiative for Open Innovation. We have established ourselves as the partner of choice for Open Innovation and collaboration by consistently delivering win-win relationships. We provide the neutral platform for collaborating with corporate clients, external consultancy firms and other agents towards a common goal. We pride ourselves on delivering real business value and developing a culture change towards Open Innovation for our clients.

Ideon Open is powered by Ideon Science Park and works closely together with Ideon Growth, Ideon Innovation and Ideon Meeting to leverage our resources and provide neutral Open Innovation Navigation for our partners and customers.

Mats Dunmar
+46 735 120 422

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Our vision is simple. We devote our

technology, time and talent to advance the smarter use of water. We look to a future where global water issues do not exist.

Water is essential to life. And our life’s work is water. We transport it to places it needs to go, we treat it to make it clean, and we test it to ensure its quality. We focus on the world’s most critical water challenges.