Laboratory Research in the Wastewater Technology and Renewable Energy Sector
About the internship
Cambi, a well-known disruptor in wastewater treatment and organics recycling, is looking for two summer interns to join its Research and Development team. Master's students in chemical, biotechnology, water and wastewater engineering, or other relevant fields are encouraged to apply. The 6-week paid internship will be from mid June to end July 2023, with the potential for extension. An earlier start date is also possible.
You will be part of an innovative team, contributing to important projects that aid in the development of Cambi systems. The internship will consist of mainly independent research work, with the possibility for your results to be incorporated in presentations at international conferences. Activities may include:
- Laboratory-scale sludge treatment (using high temperature and pressure)
- Chemical analysis
- Rheological analysis
- Data analysis and report writing
- Assistance in full-scale testing at wastewater treatment plants.
The primary workplace will be at the biogas laboratory in Ås (Vollveien 5). Office work will take place at Cambi’s headquarters in Asker (Skysstasjon 11A).
- Students attending graduate programs for Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, or Water and Wastewater engineering
- Students must generally be in good health and able to work with minimal supervision.
- Laboratory work experience
- Driving license class B (is an advantage)
Please use the application form to submit your cover letter, CV, and grade transcripts.
Who is Cambi?
Cambi, a well-known disruptor in wastewater treatment and organics recycling, is a recently listed company with a growing global network passionate about making a difference for the environment. Our thermal hydrolysis technology is used in over 20 countries worldwide, helping municipalities turbocharge the conversion of their sewage sludge into bio-methane and other valuable bioresources. Our solutions reduce greenhouse gas emissions and turn what was once considered waste into renewable energy and soil products or fertiliser. Learn more by following Cambi Group on LinkedIn.