Sustainable water treatment systems should provide adequate water quantity and appropriate water quality for a given need, without compromising the ability of future generations to do the same.
Sustainable water treatment; 3 customers speak out
RWB focusses on sustainable water solutions. RWB offers her customers solutions with a focus on sustainability, environment and a short payback time.
As RWB we have an increasing number of circular projects (35% of RWB’s turnover). Our circular projects and technologies can be linked to one or more of the following principles:
- Reduce water demand
- Re-use and recycle
- Recover resources
- Reduce energy, chemicals consumption and/or construction materials
To give a practical inside, we would like to present 3 unique projects/technologies. Important note; we let our customers have their say.
Online webinar Thursday the 17th of June at 10:00 (CEST)
When: thursday 17th of june 2021
Time: 10:00 (CEST)
Duration: 60 minutes
REGISTER BELOW AND RECEIVE A LINK FOR PARTICIPATION
Ash Cleaning Company the Netherlands (ACCN) – Zero liquid discharge
ACCN operates bottom ash processing plants. In this way, ACCN contributes to making the waste processing sector more sustainable by recycling so-called ‘non-recyclable materials’ after all. The bottom ash is cleaned through a combination of scrubbing, removing the fine particles and rinsing.
At the Afvalzorg site in Nauerna, 120 m³/h of fresh water is needed to process the bottom ash. As an alternative to purifying fresh water from the nearby Northsea Canal, RWB has designed an installation to upgrade the released waste water into process water.
ACCN is represented by Bart Gerbrands
Environmental Process and Project Engineer
Tarkim Bioethanol (TR) – Sustainable Cooling Water Treatment
The drought of recent years and the current “crisis situation” emphasise once again that people and the environment are strongly dependent on each other. Isn’t it strange, that environmentally harmful chemicals are used on a large scale to condition cooling water?
With the SRCT cooling water treatment system, RWB introduces a unique patented system to phase out harmful chemicals (including hardness stabilisers, biocides and corrosion inhibitors), reduce water consumption and at the same time save on operational costs that open cooling towers entail.
Tarkim is represented by Levent kalin
Royal Friesland Campina – Reducing water footprint by water reuse
Friesland Campina produces, sells and exports consumer products such as dairy drinks infant nutrition, cheese and desserts. In view of the water-saving objectives, in 2018 the possibilities of reusing the Bruden condensate (1st condensate) were examined.
With the construction of the purification plant designed by RWB, the condensate water can be upgraded to demineralised water, making it suitable for reuse (desired boiler feedwater quality). The project includes mechanical / prcess engineering as well as E&I and PA activities.
RFC is represented by Peter van der Heijden
Register on the right and receive a link for participation
Online webinar at Thursday the 17th of June at 10:00 CEST (circa 60 minutes)
Speakers involved RWB: Emiel Nijhuis, Fokko Borre en Sandor Peper
Customer case ACCN: Bart Gerbrands
Customer case Tarkim Bioethanol (TR): Levent Kalin
Customer case Royal Friesland Campina: Peter van der Heijden