Waternet, the integrated water cycle company for Amsterdam and the surrounding area, has been using the 1-STEP® filter at its Horstermeer Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) since 2013 in order to upgrade the quality of treated effluent to industrial reuse standards.
In June 2017, work started on the realisation of the world’s first 3D concrete printed bicycle bridge at the laboratories of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands.
Approximately twenty percent of Indonesian households have access to piped treated drinking water. The combination of rapid economic growth, urbanization and depleting groundwater resources creates a real need for additional water treatment and supply systems.
In 2017, the Netherlands and Kazakhstan are celebrating 25 years of bilateral ties. In addition, a major international exposition was held in the Kazakh capital Astana. The theme of Expo 2017 Astana was ‘Future Energy’, which ties in well with the focus areas of
On 2 November 2017, Witteveen+Bos hosted a delegation of board members and managers of water and wastewater companies from the Gulf Region. The delegation had been invited by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency to take part in a programme that included visits to the Aquatech
Arno Kops, Regional Manager for South-East Asia and Australia at Witteveen+Bos, has been named as the new chairman of Singapore Netherlands Water House (SNWH). SNWH is a platform for networking, communication and collaboration between Dutch firms operating in the water sector
The Witteveen+Bos office in the Hague has relocated to new premises. As of 13 November, we will receive our partners and business relations at our new office, which is located in the building complex above The Hague’s central train station (Den Haag Centraal).