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Remediation of the Bor coppermine in Serbia (11-11-2010)

The Bor region (total area of 3,507 km sq) is located in the eastern part of Serbia. The regional economy has been historically dominated by mining activities, which began with the discovery of copper ore in Bor in 1903. In the post WWII period, the mining and processing complex

Geert Mul wins Art+Technology Award 2010 (01-09-2010)

Dutch media artist Geert Mul is to receive the Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award 2010 for his entire oeuvre. He will receive the award at a presentation ceremony in the Bergkerk church in Deventer on 11 November 2010.

Start-up of demo installation for recycling waste water in China (25-06-2010)

A mobile demonstration installation for treating industrial effluent was started up on 2 June 2010 with a festive ceremony in the northern Chinese city of Jinjie in Shaanxi province. The demonstration installation was unveiled by NethWater during the Holland Water Week from 6 to

First 'plastic' vertical lift bridge (01-06-2010)

Oosterwolde will be the first place in the Netherlands to have a movable vertical lift bridge made of a composite material. The bridge will have a glass fibre reenforced polymer composite deck and a hydraulic lifting technology. This combination is brand new and innovative.

Mobility plan Riga and Pieriga (04-01-2010)

The Latvian Ministry of Transport awarded Witteveen+Bos the development of the mobility plan for Riga and Pieriga. The goal of the mobility plan is to determine a development vision and pertaining necessary actions in order to promote the unified development of traffic

Filyos sea port (04-01-2010)

At the end of 2008 the Central Finance and Contracts Unit of the Government of Turkey signed the contract with a consortium comprising Witteveen+Bos to execute preparatory services for a port on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, east of the village of Filyos. The beneficiary is the

A link between Denmark and Germany (04-01-2010)

An international consortium consisting of Rambøll, ARUP and Tunnel Engineering Consultants (TEC) has acquired the contract to design a 19 km long immersed tunnel between Denmark and Germany. Winning this project has reinforced TEC (a consortium consisting of Royal Haskoning,

Algae farming to develop new water treatment concept (04-01-2010)

To produce algae as biomass based on wastewater streams has a lot of potential. It depends on the quality of the produced algae if they can be used as food or as animal feed. Algae also contain raw materials for producing bioplastics, resins and oils. Moreover, they can be used

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