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LIST, Wupperverband, University of Luxembourg, SIDEN – Energy Online System (EOS)

Project 2: LIST, Wupperverband, University of Luxembourg, SIDEN – Energy Online System (EOS)

Until now, energy efficiency analyses have been done to get an insight in the energy efficiency of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Although useful data can be generated, the disadvantage of such analyses is that they are often based on historical, already outdated data. Furthermore, there is normally a time delay until measures decided upon are implemented. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Waterboard Groot Salland – Sustainable swimming pool

Project 3: Waterboard Groot Salland – Sustainable swimming pool

The temperature of the effluent of the wastewater treatment plant varies from 8 to 20 C º and thus contains thermal energy. Effluent is discharged into surface water. This is not an ideal situation, because the thermal energy has a negative effect on surface water. Furthermore, a potential source of energy is lost. In this project the water board Groot Salland and the municipality of Raalte want to use thermal energy from the effluent to heat the nearby swimming pool Tijenraan. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Waterboard Vallei & Eem – Heat balance case Amersfoort

Project 4: Waterboard Vallei & Eem – Heat balance case Amersfoort

Waterboard Vallei & Eem is one of fourteen waterboards that participates in the Dutch Initiative "The Energy Factory", that aims to realize green energy. realise green energy. This concept will be further developed for the waste water treatment plant (WWTP) in Amersfoort. In the coming years many proposed changes will be implemented in this WWTP. Such as the introduction of biological phosphate removal, replacement of the gas engines and the placement of sand filters. The consequences of the implementation of these measures on the heat balance of the WWTP are not known yet. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Vlario – Heat recovery from the sewer system

Project 5: Vlario – Heat recovery from the sewer system

One of the possibilities to reduce the need of conventional energy for households is sewage heat recovery. At this moment, recovering heat as a source of energy doesn't really exist in this field. Investigating heat recovery from municipal sewers opens the scope of possibilities for this kind of sustainable energy. VLARIO will tackle a project involving a heat exchanger placed in a local sewer, directly supplying thermal energy to 100 nearby situated houses. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Deammonification Wupperverband

Project 6: Deammonification Wupperverband

The aim of the Wupperverband is to reach an energy self sufficient waste water treatment plant. One step towards this aim is the implementation of a new technique for the treatment of reject water. Reject water is an outcome from the dewatering of sludge and has a high ammonia concentration. The new process for the treatment of reject water is called partial nitritation combined with anoxic deammonification. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Waterboard Vallei & Veluwe – Implementation of the Anammox technology

Project 7: Waterboard Vallei & Veluwe – Implementation of the Anammox technology

This demonstration project contributes to improving energy efficiency in the water chain in general and the waste water treatment plant in special. The highly concentrated rejection water from the digester will be treated with a new energy efficient technology that uses deammonification through the Anammox bacteria. Because this so called "Anammox technology" improves the removal of nitrogen the treatment of waste water is realised in a more sustainable way. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Aquafin – Environmental impact study

Project 8: Aquafin – Environmental impact study

Water has a certain thermal energy content and as a result water flows can be seen as an energy transport medium. The urban water cycle consumes a lot of energy. Most of the lost energy can be found in waste water flows and in sewerage systems. Unfortunately, recovering energy from these waste streams can have a significant impact on other parts of the urban water cycle in terms of energy disbalance and environment. An example: As a result of heat recovery from sewage, the efficiency of wastewater treatment can be reduced. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Waterboard Groot Salland – New sanitation concepts in the city of Deventer

Project 9: Waterboard Groot Salland – New sanitation concepts in the city of Deventer

Recently, the waterboard Groot Salland participated in a feasibility study in which the separate collection and purification of black (wastewater from toilets) and grey water ( household wastewater without toilet flush ) in the city of Deventer (the Netherlands) has been investigated. The study showed that the system to collect and purify waste water streams separately is energy efficient and technically feasible. However, before the system can be implemented several questions still need to be answered. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
European Metropole of Lille – New technologies for heat recovery from wastewater

Project 10: European Metropole of Lille – New technologies for heat recovery from wastewater

The project of European Metropole of Lille aims at using thermal energy from the sewer system for heating public buildings in the urban area. Part of the project is to find out the most suitable buildings to implement this technology. This project starts with evaluating the carbon footprint and life cycle assessment of the sewer network and mapping the thermal energy potential. Next, various innovative technologies of heat recovery will be investigated and solutions will be compared by using technical, economic and environmental criteria. Furthermore, legal and financial aspects of using heat from sewers will be studied. After a feasibility study heat exchange and heat pump systems will be implemented on a pilot site. The results will be monitored and assessed in order to report on experience and lessons learned, including consequences of this implementation on the sewage network (temperature, maintenance, etc.). Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
Wupperverband – Implementation of a decentralized heat grid

Project 11: Wupperverband – Implementation of a decentralized heat grid

In the future Europe will have to answer questions about its security of energy supplies, and must begin to discuss the impact of energy needs on climate change and energy supply. The transition from current energy practices to the sustainable use of energy is essential. One possibility to reach this is to improve decentralized energy concepts. It is especially important that this generation of Europeans is aware of these problems and possible solutions. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation
University of Luxembourg – Bechmark study

Project 12: University of Luxembourg – Bechmark study

Energy consumption on wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) differ due to wastewater characteristics, treatment technology, plant design and effluent standards. There are several options for reducing the amount of energy that is used in the urban water cycle. WWTPs have a central role because a lot of energy is used for the treatment of the wastewater. Additionally, a part of the organic waste is used to produce biogas as renewable energy. Read more
Planning Realisation Monitoring Evaluation