Fresh water is a scarce and critical resource for people, the planet and businesses. Economic and social development comes with a resilient water supply and responsible waste strategy. Evides Industriewater creates solutions for businesses that seek to minimise waste of vital resources and energy, thereby creating the best solution for the environment too. Our customers in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the UK are realising the benefits of our Water Without Waste philosophy.
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Products & Services
- Managed Borehole We design, build, finance, operate and maintain all of the infrastructure needed to ensure a reliable, secure and consistent supply of groundwater. Our experience in water means that we can treat the water to any standard required and guarantee its quality. Why not also include energy recovery and wastewater treatment and reuse of water to complete a total water management system that is more reliable, cost effective, and environmentally sustainable.
- Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant We have 50+years of experience in Industrial Waste Water Treatment and have been providing process water for industry recovered from wastewater for 20 years. Evides Industriewater now supply 20 million cubic metres of reuse water to industry for use as demineralised and cooling water. Find out how our unique perspective on Design, Build, Own and Operate can reduce your business costs, improve environmental compliance and increase resilience.
- BASF Antwerp BASF is a world leader in the chemical industry, combining economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. The site of BASF in Antwerp is located in the most northern part of the port of Antwerp. It is the largest chemical production centre in Belgium and the second most important production site of the BASF group worldwide. The site contains fifty production facilities. The BASF Antwerp product range comprises base and speciality chemicals, synthetics and primary products, refining products and inorganic chemicals.
- Multi-Client Industrial WWTP Over 60 industrial customers are making use of this centralised waste water treatment plant. The largest customer in the cluster is Zeeland Refinery, which is owned by Total and Lukoil. Other customers range from food & beverage companies (AMC, Kloosterboer) and chemical companies (Invista, Arkema) to waste management companies (Indaver), and shipyards (Damen).
- Rotterdam Harbour Demin Water Plant The Rotterdam harbour area is one of the largest refinery and (petro)chemical clusters in Europe. A total of five oil refineries, more than 45 chemical companies, and five vegetable oil refineries produce chemicals, fuels, and edible oils and fats. Collaboration within the cluster enhances the benefits of synergy in the value chain in which Evides Industriewater plays an important role by owning and operating a centralised demin water plant. Some 25 industrial companies from the oil refining (3), petrochemical (12), food (2) and pharmaceutical industries obtain high quality demin water for the production of, for example, steam, energy and products
- Evides target to be carbon neutral by 2025 15/11/2019 02:47:00 PMThe "Evides Energie Neutraal" program that we launched last year is aimed at getting the company to Carbon Neutrality by 2025. “We want to achieve this with sustainable energy generation through solar parks on our own grounds: on land and later also on water.” Said Annette Ottolini, General Director of Evides Waterbedrijf at the opening the Evides’ first solar park, at Braakman in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen. And more will follow.
- Toilet paper replace chemicals 22/01/2020 09:02:00 AMWithin the NEREUS project, research is being carried out into various techniques for the recovery of raw materials from domestic wastewater, including cellulose, nutrients, water and energy. One of the recovered raw materials is cellulose from toilet paper that is extracted from the wastewater using a fine sieve. Cellulose is poorly biodegradable in biological purification. Using enzymes, the cellulose can be broken down into smaller sugars so that it is once more available as nutrition for the bacteria in the purification process. The smaller sugars can be used as a substitute for the carbon sources that have to be purchased for some purification processes. This can save on costs and CO2 footprint.
- WWT Explains...water reuse
16/01/2020 08:00:00 AMIn our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Evides, we look at water reuse. Water reuse hasn’t yet taken off in a big way in the UK. That’s likely to change in the coming years. Urban populations are continuing to expand putting greater strain on natural watercourses. At the same time, warmer conditions are resulting in less available natural water particularly in the south of the UK. This guide examines the advantages of recycling wastewater, the technology involved and the potential new income streams available from the product water and recovered resources.