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    Assistance and Technical Support for the Evaluation of LIFE proposals

    Since 1992, LIFE has co-financed over 4,000 environmental and nature conservation projects in all of the 28 Member States of the European Union, supporting the development and implementation of EU environmental and climate policy. The programme, which was recently renewed with a budget of €3.4 billion for the period between 2014 and 2020, aims to […]

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    Delft Railway Zone Soil Management

    MWH and Dura Vermeer Milieu BV were jointly asked to provide input on the organisation of earthmoving operations in connection with the construction of an underground railway line in Delft. In consultation with the client, it was decided to have the excavated soil BRL 9335-certified. The project concerns a tunnel track with a length of […]

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    Energy Factory Tilburg

    MWH supported the Dutch contractor Heijmans Infra Techniek during the Waterboard De Dommel tender procedure for the design, construction and maintenance of an Energy Factory at the Tilburg wastewater treatment plant. The contract value is € 31.000.000. The successful offer was the final result of intensive cooperation between Heijmans and MWH design teams. This project […]

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    Energy management based on NEN-ISO 50001

    MWH helped the Dutch Standards Institute NEN organise a two-day course on the new standard in association with MWH to inform participants of the key aspects of ISO 50001 and how to apply the standard in practice.The then new standard ISO 50001 sets out the requirements an energy management system must meet. The new standard […]

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    Energy Scans for Provincial Water Supply Co.

    To help reduce CO2 emissions, PWN has prioritised the Trias Energetica as follows: Reduce energy consumption and prevent greenhouse gas emissions Use sustainable sources of energy Compensate The first step – reducing energy consumption – was taken by performing energy scans. These energy scans provide insight into the current levels of energy consumption at the […]

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    Engineering Wastewater Facilities - Municipality of Westland

    As a consequence of non-purified wastewater drainage, the Westland area, mainly build with greenhouses, suffers poor surface water and groundwater quality. Growing of flowers and vegetables in these greenhouses is accompanied with high amounts of, incidentally strongly polluted, wastewater. To full fill the regulations, of the Delfland Water Board, on water quality this non-purified drainage […]

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    Farming on Well Managed Soils

    Climate research in recent years revealed that the agriculture in the Netherlands will need to combat a warmer, dryer climate with heavy precipitation. The research also indicated that the agriculture can anticipate this change, for example by improving soil structure. MWH launched a project in the area of Witteveen, in the north eastern part of […]

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    Influence of Soil Structure on the Waterbalance

    There is a growing demand worldwide for food, while at the same time agriculture is being threatened by drought, flooding and soil degradation. Soil improvement can reduce these effects. By improving soils (increased porosity and organic matter), the soil becomes more capable to store heavy rains and overcome dry periods in summer months.

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    Inspection of ATES systems, Province of South Holland

    The Province of South Holland is responsible for issuing permits for Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems and monitoring compliance with permit requirements. The Dutch Water Act [Waterwet] in conjunction with the General Administrative Law Act [Algemene Wet bestuursrecht] form the legal basis for issuing permits and performing supervision (enforcement).

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    Tender for Sustainable Biomass Processing

    Our society is facing major challenges with regard to climate change and finite resources. Governments are working on climate change mitigation and adaptation, and waste policy is gradually being framed as sustainable resource management. However, these fields are generally still regarded separately and translation from policy to practice is limited. Moreover, sustainability is very often […]