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  • Aflevering 5 ‘Waterlanders’ – Wat is erger dan binnen een korte tijd geen water meer hebben? Juist.. het niet beseffen!

    - Jeannette den Boer en Stefan Coppers maken een wereldreis om te ervaren hoe klimaatverandering het dagelijks leven elders op aarde nu al ontregelt. Nijhuis Industries ondersteunt hun wereldreis om klimaatverandering in beeld te brengen. Sinds maandag 4 maart staat de vijfde aflevering online, uit een reeks van 12.
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  • Aflevering 4 ‘Waterlanders’ - Mexico-Stad kampt met een enorm watertekort en de stad zinkt.

    - Jeannette den Boer en Stefan Coppers maken een wereldreis om te ervaren hoe klimaatverandering het dagelijks leven elders op aarde nu al ontregelt. Nijhuis Industries ondersteunt hun wereldreis om klimaatverandering in beeld te brengen. Sinds maandag 25 februari staat de vierde aflevering online, uit een reeks van 12.
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  • Aflevering 3 ‘Waterlanders’ - Als dit zo door gaat zeggen we “welkom” tegen 200 miljoen mensen in Europa!

    - Jeannette den Boer en Stefan Coppers maken een wereldreis om te ervaren hoe klimaatverandering het dagelijks leven elders op aarde nu al ontregelt. Nijhuis Industries ondersteunt hun wereldreis om klimaatverandering in beeld te brengen. Sinds maandag 19 februari staat de derde aflevering online, uit een reeks van 12.
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  • Green Energy Ghana Project

    - The waste to value project in Ghana, also called the Special Treat Project, is making progress. The project is an integrated, three-step wastewater value chain, developed by several partners, including Nijhuis Industries. The combined system will improve the living conditions of 300,000 people in the Greater Accra region, through improved and sustainable wastewater management.
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  • Cleaning the Indian Ganges and Hindon River

    - “We need to value water worldwide, not only as an economic asset, but also for its social, cultural, environmental, and of course, its religious value. All of which are very relevant when working on the holy Ganga river”, said Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte at the opening of the Indo-Dutch Ganga Forum in Delhi, India in May 2018. He praised the Namami Ganga initiative by an integrated ‘waste to value’ plant, which aims to clean the 2500 km-long Ganges river. The programme to prevent future pollution and to restore the river quality has a budget of 3.1 billion US dollars. In 2014, the Indian government launched an integrated Ganga conservation mission called ‘Namami Gange’, to prevent pollution of the Ganges River and to revive the river.
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  • IN THE SPOTLIGHT - 1-STEP® filter

    - At present, removal of suspended solids, nutrients, heavy metals and organic micro pollutants from treated effluent of wastewater treatment plants requires successive conventional processes to be implemented at the WWTP, leading to high investment and operational cost.
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  • Treating cryptosporidiosis with ozone at Dartington Hall Estate in England

    - The Dartington Estate, in the South-West in England, has a Private Water Supply which supplies about 150 m3/d to domestic properties, shops and some industrial business premises. There is a requirement for the Estate to provide ‘wholesome’ potable water to its customers and the water quality needs to be compliant with the Private Water Supplies (Water Quality) Regulations 2016, which came into effect on 27 June 2016. Nijhuis Industries advised the Estate Management that it would be required to include an ozone treatment of the water supply to safeguard against any ingress of cryptosporidium. Since the beginning of 2019, the ozone installation is ready for transportation to the Dartington Hall Estate and will be installed and commissioned during the year.
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  • Cornish Orchards Cider protects cherished environment with a new Nijhuis wastewater treatment plant

    - Cornish Orchards create award winning premium ciders located deep in the Cornish countryside. As a company with proud environmental standards they were keen to commission a treatment plant based upon smart and sustainable principles, all realised on small footprint. Nijhuis Industries responded to this challenge by designing a Sequential Batch Reactor (BIOCTOR-SBR) system, as part of a turnkey design and build solution.
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  • Petrochemical project in the spotlight - Biological treatment facilities launched at SIBUR's Perm site

    - In November 2018, SIBUR officially opened their new Nijhuis BIOCTOR biological treatment facility. The biological facilities were upgraded to ensure high-quality wastewater treatment at volumes exceeding 3 millon cubic meters per year and compliance with Perm’s local regulations, which are more stringent in every aspect than applicable federal laws. By reducing the load entering the city’s treatment plants, the new facilities will help increase the readily available municipal capacities and create more development opportunities for other local industrial operations and civil engineering.
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  • Interview with Erwin Rietman

    - “The current oil & gas market faces several environmental challenges, especially within the mid-stream market. Attention has shifted from traditional wastewater treatment methods, using API separators, towards flocculation-flotation and biological treatment technologies, said Erwin Rietman, Oil & Gas Industry expert at Nijhuis Industries. For more than 40 years, Nijhuis actively working in the global Oil & Gas market. Over this time, environmental protection has changed considerably. Erwin himself has worked at Nijhuis Industries for more than 10 years. During this time he has visited multiple oil and gas WWTPs, and developed his own personal market vision.”
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