Stay informed about the latest developments at Evides Industrial Water or about new projects. This part of the website includes the latest news reports.


Duurzaam alternatief voor antiscalant in Reverse Osmose proces

Sustainable alternative for antiscalant in Reverse Osmosis process

Evides Industriewater is committed to delivering sustainable water solutions with the lowest possible impact on the environment. One of the focus areas is to reduce energy and chemical consumption. As part of this, Evides Industriewater recently tested a sustainable alternative to antiscalant. With positive results!

Werkzaamheden aan demileidingnet voor de aansluiting van Euroliquids

Euroliquids connected to the Evides Industriewater demineralised water network

Through its demineralised water network, Evides Industriewater supplies demineralised water to a large number of (petro) chemical companies in the Port of Rotterdam. Chemical company Euroliquids joined this network in December 2018. This means that Euroliquids is now assured a reliable, efficient and constant supply of high-quality demineralised water.

Evides Industriewater will be at the following events

  • – Aqua Nederland Gorinchem: 19 – 21 March 2019; Gorinchem, Netherlands
  • – Essener Tagung: 20 – 22 March 2019; Aachen, Germany
  • – Global Water Summit: 8 April 2019; London, UK
  • – ENVAQUA: 7 May 2019 ; Gorinchem, Netherlands
  • – SKIW/ENVAQUA ‘Praktijkcases Behandeling  Industrieel Afvalwater’: 22 May 2019; Eerbeek, Netherlands
  • – Utility Week Live 2019: 21 – 22 May 2019; Birmingham, UK
  • – IWA Edinburgh: 10 – 14 June 2019; Edinburgh, UK
  • – IWA Water Reuse 2019: 16 – 20 Jun 2019; Berlin, Germany
  • – 2019 European Waste Water Management Conference: 16 – 17 July 2019; Birmingham, UK
Sigrid Scherrenberg

Sigrid Scherrenberg new Manager Operations

Since  January 2019 Sigrid Scherrenberg has taken on the role of Manager Operations at Evides Industriewater. Sigrid succeeds Ferdy van Damme, who has held this position the last years. From January 2019 onwards Ferdy will focus on implementing improvement projects and coordinating new construction projects.

Concept 3D fijnzeefinstallatie SOLIS Projects t.b.v. AWZI Schiphol

Adaptation and sustainability WWTP Schiphol

The wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) Schiphol is being adapted to meet future discharge requirements and to respond to developments at the airport. Evides Industriewater and Schiphol Nederland BV have opted for the implementation of a fine sieving installation as an additional pre-treatment step. This sieve captures cellulose, which increases the capacity of the current plant. Evides Industriewater has started the construction which will contribute to the further sustainability of WWTP Schiphol.

Water without waste

Water Without Waste

Together with its customers and partners Evides Industriewater creates sustainable water solutions. We have our own R&D department to gain knowledge and insights for re-use of water and recovery of raw materials. Evides Industriewater is committed to being energy neutral by 2025. All these activities are part of our sustainability programme ‘Water Without Waste’.


Demiwaterfabriek Evides Industriewater, bron van het brijn.

Industrial water and salt re-use

The construction of the pilot plant for the European ZERO BRINE project, at Plant One in Rotterdam Botlek, is in full swing. The first tests to produce salt, suitable for reuse, from process wastewater will start at the end of March. The installation components come from different European countries, including Greece, Italy and the Netherlands. Evides Industriewater is one of the partners in this European research project. TU Delft is responsible for the coordination of this project.

Deminwater network Rotterdam Harbour

The Rotterdam Harbour area has a wide deminwater network of more than 40 kilometres, that is fed by the deminwater factories in the Botlek area and on the Maasvlakte. The deminet was set up in the 1960s during the development of the Rotterdam Harbour. Through the years the system has been adapted to the developing demand of water, driven by the economic development of the Netherlands and Western Europe.

Sustainable cooling

Sustainable cooling water is on the rise. Evides Industriewater is receiving more and more questions about alternatives to chemical water treatment in open, circulating cooling systems. This demand is driven by the end users’ sustainability goals and stricter legislation in this area. Evides Industriewater has developed an alternative cooling water concept which demonstrates that, with better control of the water quality, we can make the entire cooling system more sustainable and reliable with lower total cost of ownership.