Brightwork will present its Sand-Cycle technology at IFAT 2022! IFAT Munich World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management is scheduled for May 30th until June 3th, 2022. Brightwork will present its Sand-Cycle technology based on full-scale references in joined collaboration with Nordic Water in Hall A2, Stand 115/214. Presentations are scheduled for Tuesday, May 31st at 12:00 (CEST) and Wednesday, June 1st at 16:00 (CEST). You are welcome to hear about the latest developments. Secure your ticket through this link.
Presenting at European Waste Water Management Conference 2022. This year’s EWWM (European Wastewater Management) conference is scheduled for July 12th and July 13th at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, UK. We are pleased to present live a joined paper together with Van Remmen UV Technology and Waterboard Brabantse Delta. It is about the strong features of combining tertiary sand filtration and UV technology, based on results obtained at the waste water treatment plants of Kaatsheuvel (the Netherlands) and Växjo (Sweden). We are pleased to present a paper about the potential of tertiary sand filtration and UV radiation to meet tomorrow’s effluent
16 February 2022
𝐖𝐞’𝐥𝐥 𝐦𝐞𝐞𝐭 𝐚𝐠𝐚𝐢𝐧 𝐨𝐩 𝐀𝐪𝐮𝐚 𝐍𝐞𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟐 We will be there again this year at the Aqua Nederland Vakbeurs in Gorinchem. We look forward to meeting everyone again at our booth A121. We have a lot of news to tell. We talk here about our latest developments in the field of, among other things, medicine residue removal, continuous filtration, cloth filtration and various technology applications in water and wastewater treatment. No entrance ticket yet? Simply register for free REGISTER HERE Aqua nederland(1)
Brightwork’s solution for micropollutants removal up for piloting Our solution for micropollutants removal from wastewater has recently been evaluated against the criteria of the Innovation Program Micropollutants of Stowa and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management in the Netherlands. With a positive result: we are now preparing to carry out a representative pilot, which will be extensively tested over the next 2 years. The core of the solution is the use of a continuous aerated filter with a filter media consisting of granular activated carbon. The aim is to allow adsorption and biological degradation to take place simultaneously. The
20 October 2021
Efficient method for removal of aromatic carbons At soil remediation and drainages ground water may be contaminated with mono- and polycyclic hydrocarbons. These components are often present in concentrations which do not allow further processing unless the water is treated. An appropriate solution is required to handle this. Familiar treatment methods apply the use of activated carbon. This generates a downside: after saturation the carbon is to be regenerated or to be wasted. Biological degradation in a continuous moving bed media filter is successfully applied to convert both mono-cyclic and poly-cyclic hydrocarbons into harmless components. The oxygen required for the