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Environment Technology Mission to the Netherlands – Dec. 2007

By ReNew Canada 08:00AM January 23, 2008

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ReNew Canada’s publisher recently had the privilege of travelling through Holland for four days on an international press mission. He saw progressive water and infrastructure technologies, witnessed highly organized waste and energy programs at work and listened to the wonderfully fluent officials and business people describe their competitive advantages—”We know water, we’re Dutch!”

To find out more, open the Dutch Mission Program.doc file to follow along pictures below. Also, below are some other files of interest from the mission. Todd’s Jan./Feb.’08 Closing Shot article (pg. 50) titled “Talking Heads, Making Sense” came from an inspiring meeting in the city of Deventer on the last day. For more information on Dutch waste, energy and water technologies, visit www.evd.nl.

MiH Environmental Technologies.pdf
Netherlands Soil Partnership.pdf
NORIT.pdf
Waste and Energy Company Amsterdam.pdf
YP Vaassen Project.pdf

The Afval Energie Bedrijf waste to energy plant processes 2,600 tonnes/day of waste from the region around Amsterdam, producing 600 kWh/tonne of energy well within the BVA/EU directive for emissions.
The Afval Energie Bedrijf waste to energy plant processes 2,600 tonnes/day of waste from the region around Amsterdam, producing 600 kWh/tonne of energy well within the BVA/EU directive for emission
 The masssive steam powered generator at the AEB plant is the centrepiece of their operations.
The masssive steam powered generator at the AEB plant is the centrepiece of their operations.
The 75-hectare recycling centre of VAR Engineering in Wilp-Achterhoek.
The 75-hectare recycling centre of VAR Engineering in Wilp-Achterhoek.
ReNew Canada publisher Todd Latham was one of 13 foreign journalists who were invited on the tour.  Some of the group posed above the VAR site:  from left: Portugal, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Brazil, China, Netherlands, India.
ReNew Canada publisher Todd Latham was one of 13 foreign journalists who were invited on the tour. Some of the group posed above the VAR site: from left: Portugal, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Brazil, China, Netherlands, India.
Demonstration of the Ammonox process for nitrogen removal.
Demonstration of the Ammonox process for nitrogen removal.
Garbage trucks come and go 24 hours a day at the AEB waste-to-energy plant
Garbage trucks come and go 24 hours a day at the AEB waste-to-energy plant
Members of the journalist group listen and follow along a flow diagram explanation of how the AEB plant works.
Members of the journalist group listen and follow along a flow diagram explanation of how the AEB plant works.

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