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New possibilities for recovered cellulose

The German students Melissa Kramer, Lobke Beckfeld, Nicholas Plunkett en Eli Goltermann have made beautiful products with cellulose recovered from wastewater. They show what the possibilities are with recycled, used toiletpaper. The students have presented their work on the 6th and 7th of July at the Highschool of art Weißensee in Berlin.  Their video is posted on the Cellvation LinkedIn page.

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The German students Melissa Kramer, Lobke Beckfeld, Nicholas Plunkett en Eli Goltermann have made beautiful products with cellulose recovered from wastewater. They show what the possibilities are with recycled, used toiletpaper. The students have presented their work on the 6th and 7th of July at the Highschool of art Weißensee in Berlin.  Their video is posted on the Cellvation LinkedIn page.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6552846830076518400

New possibilities for recovered cellulose2019-07-11T10:46:32+00:00

Removal of drug residues with bio activated carbon from recovered cellulose

An installation that removes drug residues from wastewater will be placed on the waste water treatment plant in Ede. The recovered cellulose (flushed toilet paper) is used by water authority Valei en Veluwe to make bio-char that will adsorb the drug residues. It is a world first that contributes to solving a growing environmental problem. The Ditch companies CirTec and PulsedHeat are the technology suppliers and partners within the European Interreg project WOW!. “It is good that especially the SMEs make this innovation possible with the water authority, focussed on clean water and a circular economy”.

The full article (in Dutch) can be read in Vallei and Veluwe’s public year report from page 5: adobe.ly/2XcJeQB

An installation that removes drug residues from wastewater will be placed on the waste water treatment plant in Ede. The recovered cellulose (flushed toilet paper) is used by water authority Valei en Veluwe to make bio-char that will adsorb the drug residues. It is a world first that contributes to solving a growing environmental problem. The Ditch companies CirTec and PulsedHeat are the technology suppliers and partners within the European Interreg project WOW!. “It is good that especially the SMEs make this innovation possible with the water authority, focussed on clean water and a circular economy”.

The full article (in Dutch) can be read in Vallei and Veluwe’s public year report from page 5: adobe.ly/2XcJeQB

Removal of drug residues with bio activated carbon from recovered cellulose2019-07-11T11:11:12+00:00

Thickening digestate with residual heat from gas engine

During the AquaNederland trade fair, we received several questions about the thickening digestate, using residual heat from, for example, a gas engine.

With CRESCENDO, Cirtec has a technology with which low-grade heat can be usefully applied for the thickening/evaporation of concentrated liquid streams, such as digestate. In order to show the working principle and simplicity of the CRESCENDO technology to interested parties, CirTec and Oosterhof Holman are organising a demonstration test, in which digestate from a co-digester is extensively thickened.

The demonstration test takes place in Grijpskerk and on May 7, 15 and 16, visitors are welcome to visit the installation. If you are interested, please send an email to secretariaat@CirTec.nl so that we are aware of your visit.

Thickening digestate with residual heat from gas engine2019-05-20T14:29:02+00:00