Sanitary discharges Isala Hospital

On the building site of the Groot Salland Water Board, the construction of an innovative treatment plant, specifically for waste water from the nearby Isala Hospital, location Sophia, was started on Thursday 11 February 2010. The new chairman, Herman Dijk, gave the go-ahead together with Marjanne Sint, chairman of the Isala Hospital/Clinics.

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DEMONĀ®: new technology for nitrogen removal

With the construction of sludge dewatering installation at the sewage treatment in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands and an additional 3rd digester, an additional treatment of the residual streams is necessary. These residual streams contain high concentrations of nitrogen that must be removed.

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Investigation for the use of activated carbon at WWTP

Because the new Water Framework Directive (WFD) will enter into force, which implies that the surface water must have a good chemical and biological condition, additional measures will have to be taken at various locations in the Netherlands to achieve this. As a source of pollution in some waters, the WWTP plays an important role in the prevailing water quality.

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Rinse water re-use installation

New rinse water re-use installation for drinking water company Vitens in Spannenburg: largest in its kind!

Logisticon Water Treatment has been commissioned by drinking water company Vitens to design and build a rinse water reuse installation. This plant is the largest of its kind in the Netherlands with a capacity to be purified of 1.25 million m3/year. The purification principle is based on the application of ultrafiltration membranes based on immersed membranes that work on under pressure.

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Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) system with heat pumps for IFTech

IFTech International supplies cold / heat storage systems with heat pumps, also known as Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems. The heat pump centre part (called Heat Pump Skid (HPS)) is developed as a standard component and will be delivered as a whole for ATES projects abroad.

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Research for the use of anaerobic brackish well water

Drinking water company Brabant Water in the Netherlands started research on the semi-practical scale for the extraction and purification of anaerobic well water. An innovative concept is used in which brackish water is purified and becomes drinking water. This concept consists of extraction of brackish well water, followed by direct treatment with reverse osmosis membranes and infiltration of the concentrate back into the soil.

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Bavaria expands capacity of brewing water production

Bavaria in Lieshout, one of the oldest breweries in the Netherlands, instructed Logisticon Water Treatment to expand the existing preparation of brewing water from spring water by an extra line with a capacity of 150 m³/h.

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GEA Westfalia Separator decanters for Biwater project in Sri Lanka

For activities of Negombo Water Supply, a drinking water company in Sri Lanka, Biwater Contracting has been awarded a contract to the value of EUR 34m. The activities concern the design, construction and start up of an extension to the existing drinking water plant, distribution network and storage reservoirs.

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Unique RO installation for Vitens

Vitens, Netherlands largest water company, supplies drinking water to over four million people and tens of thousands of companies in the provinces of Friesland, Gelderland, Overijssel, the Noordoostpolder and various places in Drenthe. When viewed from the number of connections, Vitens supplies approximately a quarter of the Dutch drinking water market. On 16 March 2006, Vitens contracted Logisticon to build a membrane filtration installation for the Dinxperlo pumping station located in Vitens Region of Gelderland.

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IOI Loders Croklaan: next step in sustainable production with water re-use

IOI Loders Croklaan in Wormerveer, The Netherlands recently made a next step in sustainable production of their products with a nice water re-use project. Until recently the waste water was discharged into the sewer but now process water is being reused for production of boiler feed water and demineralized water.

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Process water for Vynova Geleen

Logisticon Water Treatment has supplied to Nalco Ecolab a mobile demineralised water installation for the production of 125-150 m3/h process water for Vynova (formerly known as
Ineos ChlorVinyls) in Geleen, The Netherlands.

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Demin installation for Nuon Magnum in Eems harbour

North Water has won a contract for Nuon for the supply of a demineralised mobile water plant. Logisticon Water Treatment in its turn got the order from North Water for the design, erection, supply and commissioning of a containerized demin installation to supply this water. This installation is for the first phase of the IGCC electricity/steam power station of Nuon Magnum in the Eems harbour for a Combined Cycle Unit (CCU).

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Ultra Pure Water for NieuWater project NAM

Logisticon Water Treatment has built for NieuWater (a joint venture between Waterleidingmaatschappij Drenthe (WMD) and  Water Board Velt & Vecht) a double pass RO-installation including chemical storage and dosing for 9 different chemicals for production of Ultra Pure Water (UPW) in combination with CEDI.

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Mobile RO unit 100 m3/h in 20ft container

Logisticon Water Treatment has built 4 mobile high cube 20ft containers with RO units of 100 m3/h each. Special attention was paid to the design to fit all equipment in the container. Due to maintainability and operations, the unit is built in with a double floor, doors at both ends and a side door for operation.

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Surface water purification with Lamella separation, UF & RO 5000 m3/day for Kisuma Veendam NL

Kisuma in The Netherlands contracted North Water for delivery of process water on basis of surface water from the channel A.G. Wildervanck. The installation for North Water has been designed and built by Logisticon Water Treatment in co-operation with her civil partner Jorritsma for the buildings. The extension of the existing installation has a capacity of 5000 m3/day demin water.

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Mobile EDI unit 50 m3/h in 20ft container

Logisticon Water Treatment has experience with building water treatment systems in containers. One of these units is a polishing 50 m3/h EDI unit. Specially built for mobile operation with heavy duty equipment, frames and can be run automatically.
 

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1400 m3/h demin water for Evides Industry Water DWP project

Over the period from 2008 till 2011 Logisticon Water Treatment has constructed  for Evides Industry water complete demin water installation) which has to produce up to 1400 m3/h of ultra pure water. This installation will be one of the biggest units in The Netherlands. Phase 1 (Softening, RO and Mixed Bed)  was constructed within 14 months. Phase 2 (DAFF) is finalized in 2011.

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Pretreatment for DWP Botlek Fase II

The biggest demin water installation of The Netherlands (DWP phase I), already built by Logisticon for Evides Industry water, is running since December 2009. The feed water source for this installation is changed from drinking water into surface water in 2011.

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Waste water re-use for Croda, The Netherlands

Croda, worldwide supplier of speciality chemicals on basis of natural resources, is using a waste water re-use installation since April 2014. This will be another step into achieving their goal of improving the environmental impact of their production in the coming years.

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Project AquaFit4Use for industrial waste water re-use

The innovation challenge of the AquaFit4Use project is not the application of new technologies on waste water and process water treatment, but to treat waste water for process water production fit-for-(re)-use. It is a joint initiative of the chemical, food & beverage, pulp & paper and textile industry together with research institutes and technology & installation suppliers. The European Commission supports this project with a budget of € 14,5 million (of which € 9,65 M is EC subsidies). The AquaFit4Use group contains a total of 36 partners from 12 EU countries.

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Sand filtration for Air Products Rozenburg (Rotterdam Botlek) cooling water

For the CWTS (Cooling Water Treatment System) of Air Products a side stream water purification installation had to be designed and delivered with a maximum recirculation stream of 1400 m3/h.

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