AQUAFIN gave the opportunity to do the tests on the wastewater effluent at Wulpen WWTP and actively supported the IWVA in the project. It is important to mention the support from USF MEMCOR and ZENON. Their collaboration made that the trial work could be done under good conditions.
We want to thank all the people from IWVA and Knokke-Heist who helped us with the tests especially Delphine, Luc P., Luc C., Pol and Sven.
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