We have used AquaVest to find innovative strategies to improve water circularity for the following projects.


Tilburg, The Netherlands

Government and industry collaborate on circular water management at business park Kraaiven-Vossenberg.


Goed Gietwater (demo)

Westland, The Netherlands

Treatment and reuse of municipal wastewater as alternative irrigation source during periods of drought.


Beneficial reuse of produced water

Nimr oil fields, Oman

Constructed wetlands as a cost-effective polishing step to treat the produced water from oil fields for reuse.


Case studies in The Netherlands

The case studies below are good examples of cross sector collaboration on effluent re-use to improve the self-sufficiency and water security of supply for the industry and agriculture and horticulture sector. AquaVest can help to validate, optimize and scale these solutions into commercial projects.

Improved self-sufficiency of Dow Terneuzen by utilizing alternative fresh water sources available in the area in combination with underground storage.

Treatment and re-use of wastewater from a Bavaria brewery as alternative and consistent source of irrigation water for the nearby agriculture businesses.

Treatment and re-use of municipal wastewater as alternative source of irrigation water for nearby horticulture businesses during drought periods.

Case studies abroad

The projects below are good examples from Shell on how to create effective collaborations between industry, municipalities and local communities on the reuse of effluents.  The development of win-win propositions are crucial in entering new markets and for doing good business.

Queensland, Australia

Investing in water treatment facilities to turn produced water into a resource that can be used by the local community.

Dawson Creek, Canada

Using treated municipal waste water instead of precious fresh water to make natural gas wells productive.

Nimr oil fields, Oman

Investing in constructed wetlands to treat and re-use produced water for biosaline agriculture (non-food crops).

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