Feasibility studies and innovation transfer

(Waste)water treatment in the field of microplastics raises questions for which there are (still) no (simple and quick) answers.

Feasibility studies and in-house testing with our rental model plants are therefore a useful first step to address open and future clean water challenges.

Our goals are stable, resource-efficient, and low-tech based processes with a positive impact on both people and the environment.

These answers are provided by a feasibility study or in-house tests.

In addition to the technical feasibility, other aspects of the project’s success are scrutinized. These include:

  • What goals do you want to achieve?
  • Which legal signposts must be observed?
  • Which stakeholders need to be involved?
  • Which UN Sustainable Development Goals will the project address and what contribution will it make?
  • What ESG impact will be achieved with the implementation?
  • Which resources (financial, human, and material) are required?

A feasibility study or in-house tests provide you with the necessary data and facts to make decisions: Practical and within a short time.

Results of our feasibility studies

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1. July 2024

Global Water Challenge Award 2024

Under the auspices of the EU Green Week, the Water Innovation Europe Awards 2024 were presented on the first day of Water Innovation Europe 2024. At the ceremony with more than 260 participants, five innovators and their groundbreaking solutions in the water sector were the center of attention. And we were right in the middle of it all!
24. June 2024

Microplastics and Textiles – a state description

One of the main sources of direct microplastic entry into the environment is through the wearing and washing of synthetic textiles. This accounts for approximately 35% of the microplastics entering the global marine environment every year, amounting to between 200,000 and 500,000 tonnes. There are multiple pathways and options to target the unintentional release of microplastics from textiles, from the design through to the use and disposal, that must be considered. The European Commission has identified the textile value chain as a key priority in the EU Circular Economy Action Plan and proposed key actions and measures that are set to be finalized by the end of this year. This blog will provide an overview of issues related to the synthetic textiles, the proposed pathways to target unintentional microplastic release, along with the associated challenges that must be addressed.
17. June 2024

Understanding of water vs reality

Get up in the morning, drink a glass of tap water, make coffee or tea, take a quick shower, brush your teeth, do your laundry, cook and so on. We need water - for everything. Water is a fundamental and natural part of our lives. Without clean water, we cannot live, we cannot survive. But the image of crystal clear water is becoming clouded. More and more pollutants, more bad news. How should we deal with water as the basis of life in the future?