HAUT Amsterdam, the second highest wooden skyscraper in Europe

HAUT Amsterdam, the second highest wooden skyscraper in Europe

In 2019, the building process starts and by 2020 the building should be ready

In Amsterdam, skyscraper Haut will appear, a wooden residential tower with 21 floors. Because wooden buildings are durable and good for the climate.

Haut will be a building of superlatives.

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Waste Company Transformed to a Power Station

Recycle, reuse, waste, rubbish, circular economy, power plant, Amsterdam

Every day, 600 trucks full of garbage arrive. Sometimes they transport special waste, such as out of date fire extinguishers, waste from hospitals, old refrigerators or electricity cables. Two people are fulltime disassembling extinguishers.

‘Waste is great! “Susanna van der Heide calls from the Waste and Energy Company (AEB) in Amsterdam.

AEB transformed from a company for waste incineration into a commodity and energy company.

New products, including energy are made out of bags full of garbage and other waste.

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Industry: get ready for less water and more efficient use

wastewater, waste, heat exchange, climate change, co2, footprint, industry, carbon

Power savings from the differential $20,000.00 – $35,000.00pa depending on demand

It’s time for the industry to take responsibility for sustainable use of industrial water. Let’s start to reduce, reuse and recover all industrial (waste) water.

Water managers: Start using less, water by efficient water processes. Read More

Your green world: contribute to this vessel cleans rivers and canals

plastic soup cleaning vessel

Contrary to the commonly-held belief that plastic takes 500 to 1,000 years to decomposes, researchers now report that the hard plastic polystyrene begins to break down in the ocean within one year, releasing potentially toxic bisphenol A (BPA) and other chemicals into the water…”

Entrepreneur De Waard started the Foundation SarasWater and now introduces a vessel that cleans rivers and canals from plastics. While snorkeling on vacation, he was astonished by the amount of plastics in the water.

The Foundation needs 20,000 euros to develop a prototype which can catch plastic particles to 2 millimeters to big parts. 

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Solar panels on roof Ajax Amsterdam Arena Stadium

Solar panels on roof Ajax Amsterdam ArenA Stadium

Solar power lightens football stadion Ajax Amsterdam

Amsterdam Arena gets self supported. The home stadium of Ajax Football in Amsterdam has been equipped with a sunroof. With an area of 7,000 square meters it is one of the largest Dutch rooftops supplied with PV.

Annually, the solar panels are generating approximately 930,000 kilowatt hours electricity. That equates to 10 percent of the current electricity consumption of the Amsterdam ArenA.

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