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  • 1. Colsen – Environmental engineering – www.colsen.nl - info@colsen.nl ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY
  • 2. Colsen b.v. Successful in numerous projects for industrial and communal customers World class expertise in water- and waste management Continuous improving our technologies through intensive R&D Collaboration with global partners in designing/supervising/monitoring under a turn-key approach
  • 3. Colsen b.v. Biogas plants for manure and organic biomass treatment Biological digestate treatment with nutrient recovery Renewable energy production from biogas Wastewater treatment technology
  • 4. Wastewater treatment technology
  • 5. Wastewater treatment technology Technologies;
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
  • 6. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Technologies;
  • 7. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Advantages / performance; Reduction COD > 85% Compact building Robust system Energy revenues Very low running costs Technologies;
  • 8. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Technologies;
  • 9. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Advantages / performance; Reduction COD and N Struvite (MgNH 4 PO 4 ) production; 7 kg / kg P Value Struvite € 150,- / ton Reduction running costs due to reduction; FeCl 3 , aeration requirements, sludge production Robust system Reduction P > 90 % Technologies;
  • 10. Wastewater treatment technology
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    Technologies;
  • 11. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Advantages / performance; Reduction energy requirements Reduction sludge production No need for organic carbon source Proven technology also in MBR-configuration Reduction N > 95 % Technologies;
  • 12. Wastewater treatment technology
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    Technologies;
  • 13. Wastewater treatment technology
    • UASB anaerobic WWT
    • Phosphorus removal by ANPHOS ®
    • Enhanced Nitrogen removal by NAS ®
    • Water reuse applications
    Advantages / performance; Water reuse possibilities; Production various kind of water qualities
    • Re-use;   Reuse of water within the process
    • Recycling;       Reuse of water over the process
    • Second use;    Reuse of water outside the process
    Technologies;
  • 14. Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
  • 15. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 16. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 17. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 18. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    Advantages / performance; Thermophilic conditions Fiber circulation Retention times of 20 days compared to over 40-50 days in conventional systems Proven technology in various applications world-wide Increased conversion by: Ammonia control Enhanced mixing system
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 19. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 20. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    Advantages / performance; Full biological process no chemicals addition Significant reduction maintenance- and lifetime of CHP-units No sludge/waste production Production of ‘light’ H 2 SO 4 discharge for possible reuse Conversion H 2 S > 95 % Operational costs < € 2.000/y
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 21. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 22. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
    Solid fraction  organic fertiliser 60% organic matter 5 – 10% P-total 11 – 23% P 2 O 5 3 – 5% N-total
  • 23. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
    Liquid fraction  for treatment < 20.000 ppm COD 20% of the initial P 85% of the initial N Small solid content
  • 24. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
  • 25. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
    Advantages / performance; Reduction COD < 2.000 ppm Reduction sludge production No need for organic carbon source Proven technology also in MBR-configuration Reduction N < 500 ppm
  • 26. Treatment strategy;
    • Reception of organic biomass
    • Enhanced thermophilic digestion
    • Biogas desulphurisation
    • Energy production
    Biogas plants for organic biomass conversion
    • Separation digestate
    • Nitrogen removal MBR-NAS ®
    • Production various water qualities
    Production of water depending on (local) requirements; Irrigation water with significant N and P content Water for discharge on sewer system Water for discharge on surface water Water for reuse in process operations
  • 27. Project view Colsen world-wide Overview of various projects within the industrial, communal and agricultural sector
  • 28. Project view Colsen world-wide
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  • 47. Project view Colsen world-wide
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  • 53. Colsen – Environmental engineering – www.colsen.nl - info@colsen.nl ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY Your partner in sustainable waste- and wastewater treatment
  • 54. Kreekzoom 5 4561 GX Hulst  +31(0)114 311548  +31(0)114 316011  [email_address]  www.colsen.nl

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