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Brightwork monitors the performance of full scale finescreen plants at WwTW Beemster and Aarle Rixtel in the Netherlands. Remarkable differences in removal efficiencies of suspended solids at the two plants led to the development of a fractionating analysis, which is now commercially offered by Brightwork. The influent analysis reveals the particle size distribution and simulteneously […]

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The Sand-Cycle monitoring sensor, based on RFID technology, tested and developed in close collaboration with Wetterskip Fryslan and Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg in the Netherlands, gained international interest. After pilots in the UK and Norway a Belgian drinking water company agreed to implement Sand-Cycle in spring 2018. The technology has also been selected for presentation at the […]

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Dutch water authorities Wetterskip Fryslân, Noorderzijlvest, Hunze & Aa’s, Drents Overijsselse Delta, Zuiderzeeland, Vallei en Veluwe, Rijn & IJssel and STOWA are supporting full scale trials on sludge drying with residual heat and sun light. This might lead to energy savings and cost reductions. Trials are executed at the Oldenburger Biokraftwerk (part of Oldenburger Fleischmehlfabrik) […]

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At a busy Aquatech exhibition in Amsterdam Brightwork visualized the Sand-Cycle innovation, using a transparant 2D model. Visitors could envisage the movement of the RFID tags in the sand filter and follow the treatment process, as well as immediately see the results at the dashboard. Visitors from all over the world have been updated about […]

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