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The Dutch Consortium on Antibiotics and Medicinal Residues from Water, consisting of a 'Coalition of the Doing', is in line with this Dutch chain approach and focuses mainly on the removal of antibiotics. Together with other chain partners, this Consortium aims to deploy and where necessary develop the most sustainable and effective solutions. Within the Netherlands and beyond! Would you like to know more? [...]

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Recently published at WE&T. Stretching continuous filtration for process water production and waste water treatment

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10 - 20% more sludge breakdown and 20 - 30% higher biogas yield are the main reasons why Wetterskip Fryslan and Waterschap Brabantse Delta decided to test the fermentation process at the Burgum and Bath wastewater treatment plants. The core of the test The core of the test comprises a periodic small dosage on the sludge supply to the WWTP.

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In cooperation with Nordic Water GmbH and its partner Techfina in Switzerland, we will equip the Barbengo WWTP with a Sand-Cycle test unit. One of the three DynaSand filter units with 4 filter cells will be equipped with our technology. Sand-Cycle uses RFID technology to detect the movement of sand grains in the sand filter and to monitor their [...]

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Drug residues in surface water are an increasing source of concern. Water boards contribute to this by discharging treated wastewater. Therefore, the Innovation Programme Micropollutants (IPMV) has been set up. Stowa coordinates this programme and aims to develop purification techniques which remove medicine residues from waste water. Brightwork was successful in the second call of this program. As one [...]

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Ruben Brouwer, studies at the R.O.C. Friese Poort in Leeuwarden and follows the education Technician Engineering. He started his graduation internship at Brightwork on February 1st. Why did you choose for Brightwork? I was looking for a new challenge; in my previous internship I did a lot of construction work. I would like to work on sustainable [...]

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During the week of the circular economy, Water Alliance in collaboration with TKI is organising a Master class on 4 February 2021 that highlights the many crossovers between water technology and other sectors. The Master class will provide insight into how entrepreneurs can further develop their innovation in the field of water technology. Therefore, Hans Wouters, innovation broker water technology, explains in a short [...]

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With pride it was announced during the ''KVK Live Adviesdagen'' that Brightwork from Friesland is one of the 100 most innovative SME's of the Netherlands. By monitoring the filter installations of the water purification, they can be better maintained. This way, less manpower is needed, the filters perform better and they become more sustainable. Therefore Brightwork has developed a [...]

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Delfland Water Board is going to realise a water reuse project at WWTP De Groote Lucht in Vlaardingen, the "Fresh Water Factory". Delfland Water Board, Sweco, Mobilis, Croonwolter&dros, ABB, Xylem and RWB signed the construction contract on 5 November. Brightwork in combination with RWB is part of the construction team and fulfils the role of sand filter specialist. With this installation a part of the [...]

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TKI Water Technology and Water Alliance have appointed Hans Wouters as innovation broker for water technology. The innovation broker's task is to strengthen the innovative power and entrepreneurship of SMEs active in water technology. In this role, Hans answers questions from Dutch SMEs and tries to help them further. The appointment is [...]

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