Een biologische boost van rwzi Halsteren,
een praktijkproef


How to boost the biology in a municipal waste water treatment plant

A bioremediation pilot program was successfully executed at WwTW Halsteren, the Netherlands,
operated by the Dutch water authority Water board Brabantse Delta. The program was based upon
dosing proprietary Aqua Assist biocatalysts into the activated sludge reactor to boost the biology
with the primary aim to reduce the production of waste activated sludge.

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An economically positive business case for deploying Aqua Assist has been demonstrated in this case study.

By reducing the WAS production, the water authority is contributing to its objectives of reducing waste production and achieving operational savings.


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