We are treating Japanese knotweed by thermal desorption in Heerlen, the Netherlands. Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is an invasive, non-native plant in Europe. The plant spreads through stem parts and rhizomes, causing damage to ecosystems, infrastructure and buildings. The municipality of Heerlen is mapping the locations where knotweed grows, and applying management measures and controls. With this unique pilot, the municipality of Heerlen and its partners want to investigate whether this unwanted exotic plant can be thermally controlled. To eradicate this harmful plant, the municipality [...]
After supporting us during the Bien Hoa Airforce Base site remediation and the great results obtained that we were able to show during our seminar in Hanoi, we are very pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding with INSEE Vietnam! We are sure that this collaboration will be able to meet many new challenges with the common goal of offering efficient and sustainable remediation solutions. We thank INSEE Vietnam for their trust. Pictures by INSEE Vietnam. Some words by INSEE [...]
Haemers Technologies will attend NORDROCS from September 5 to 8, in Oslo, Norway! NORDROCS is a series of conferences and short courses in the field of contaminated sites remediation. What a great opportunity to make discover our technologies! Our HT ambassadors will be Jan Haemers and Aurélien Vandekerckhove. Would you like to meet us personally on the occasion of NORDROCS? Contact us to make an appointment at email@example.com We will exhibit following posters and give a short course! POSTERS: “Sustainable Remediation Assessment: The dangers of misrepresenting sustainability to transfer [...]
The belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws wrote about our thermal desorption remediation site at the Bien Hoa Airforce Base (Vietnam). We are pleased that soil and groundwater remediation is increasingly at the forefront of the news. Article (in Dutch) and interview of our CEO Jan Haemers here.
It is with great pride that we were able to present, yesterday, in Hanoi, the excellent results of our site at the Bien Hoa Airforce Base in Vietnam. A great joint project with GAET and CTET/Chemical Force of the Vietnam Ministry of Defense. During this seminar, we were able to demonstrate the efficiency of Ex Situ Thermal Desorption for the treatment of dioxin-contaminated soils (Agent Orange in this case). Find the Reference project sheet here. This was the perfect demonstration of a strong [...]
We will present two topics at ICEPR taking place from August 3 to 5 in Prague, Czech Republic. This edition will also be delivered virtually! ICEPR is an annual conference related to environmental pollution and remediation. Our HT speaker will be Aurélien Vandekerckhove (Team Leader Business Development) and will talk about: “Thermoreact® – An innovative remediation product for In-situ Neutralization of halogens, sulphur, phosphorus and mercury during Thermal Desorption “ “Enhanced dynamic Skimming – A new and highly effective approach to skimming LNAPL” Register here and [...]
With the health crisis of recent years and the current geopolitical crisis, what impact will this context have on the evolution of soil and groundwater remediation? Revue L’Eau l’Industrie les Nuisances answers this question in a detailed article. It analyzes the current state of the activities and the challenges to be met. Read the article here!
A new In Situ Thermal Desorption site is underway in Quaregnon, Belgium. The origin of the contamination is from a residential oil tank and a volume of 40m³ has to be treated. Six burners are at work to treat hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Our thermal desorption technology can be applied anywhere you need it as you can see! Urban sites (outdoor or under a building), large scale sites: you name it! Thanks to our committed team for all the energy and motivation! See our worldwide [...]
Haemers Technologies continues its series of monthly webinars and invites you to discover the very efficient ESTD treatment through a case study of our project in Biên Hòa, Vietnam. This session will take place on Thursday, June 16 at 11 am (CEST – Brussels time). The webinar will be led by Jan Haemers (CEO), Aline Jordens (Team Leader Innovation) and Maël Makoudi (Project Engineer). As a teaser, review our intermediate progress report published some weeks ago. Register here!
Haemers Technologies invites you to a free webinar on soil and groundwater remediation, Thursday May 19 at 12pm (CET – Brussels time). This time, our HT speakers will be Patrick François (Expert Consultant) and Yannick Lolivier (Project Engineer). They will discuss about LNAPL Dynamic Skimming and Thermal Enhancement. The hosting will be conducted by our CEO, Jan Haemers. If you want to learn more about innovative remediation solutions: this webinar is the place to be! Don’t miss this opportunity and join us to discover a fast and efficient LNAPL remediation solution. Register for free by clicking the [...]