Twente Water Network – An integrated approach to water issues

Twente Water Network – An integrated approach to water issues

The Twents Waternet (‘Twente Water Network’) is a partnership between 14 municipalities and a regional water authority aimed at tackling water and climate issues. The network consists of more than 600 groundwater measuring points, many of which are equipped with telemetry.

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Greater insight into evaporation for Dutch Meteorological Institute with Lysimeter

Greater insight into evaporation for Dutch Meteorological Institute with Lysimeter

The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) is using various methods to measure evaporation at the National Atmosphere Observatory in the Utrecht village of Cabauw. The KNMI has recently started using Eijkelkamp’s Smart Lysimeter as a new and independent way of measuring evaporation.

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Groundwater measurement network vital in widening Twente canals

Groundwater measurement network vital in widening Twente canals

The Twente canals (Twentekanalen) play an essential role in logistics for shipping from and to the ports of Almelo, Hengelo, and Enschede. As transport by water is set to increase in the coming years in this region, the Twente canals need to be widened. Groundwater levels are monitored carefully before, during, and after the works in the project area. Key officials Xander Tekelenburg and Wilco Klutman explain why.

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Reliable flow rate data for Grift stream in Veluwe

Reliable flow rate data for Grift stream in Veluwe

The Grift is a stream that has its source just outside Apeldoorn. The Grift picks up water from several branches and channels it through the landscape. As there are lots of changes going on in the urban area of Apeldoorn, Regional Water Authority Vallei en Veluwe has worked in cooperation with Eijkelkamp Soil & Water to install a flow rate meter. Hydrologist Harmen van de Werfhorst, who works for the Regional Water Authority, tells us more about it.

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Monitoring network for Noorderbrug infrastructure project

Monitoring network for Noorderbrug infrastructure project

The Noorderbrug project in Maastricht has improved the flow of traffic that has to cross the Meuse river on the north side of the city. As Senior Advisor at Antea, Bjorn Vink was closely involved in this infrastructure project in the south of the Netherlands, which used Eijkelkamp Soil & Water equipment.

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Everything revolves around reliable data at Henk van Tongeren Water & Techniek

Everything revolves around reliable data at Henk van Tongeren Water & Techniek

Henk van Tongeren Water & Techniek is increasingly using sensors, modems, and the Eijkelkamp Soil & Water WebPortal for projects. General Manager Guido van Tongeren explains why.

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MP 1 pump indispensable when measuring water quality

MP 1 pump indispensable when measuring water quality

Good surface and groundwater quality means sustainable development of plants, animals, and reliable drinking water. To guarantee this quality, a policy has been formulated in the Water Framework Directive which must be observed by all EU Member States.

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Prominent role for Eijkelkamp Penetrologger in Dutch compaction research

Prominent role for Eijkelkamp Penetrologger in Dutch compaction research

Willy de Groot and Paul Gerritsen are both involved in an extensive compaction research project, in which the Eijkelkamp Penetrologger plays a prominent role.

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Study of salt content in Harlingen canals

Study of salt content in Harlingen canals

Commissioned by the municipality of Harlingen, Antea Group measured the salinity of the Harlingen canals in Friesland. A motorboat with an advanced mobile multiparameter probe was used to travel the length of the canals and conduct the measurements.

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Groundwater data essential for nature development in Cortenoever

Groundwater data essential for nature development in Cortenoever

The Province of Gelderland is working with the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management, the Forestry Commission, and the municipality of Brummen on a nature development plan for the Cortenoever hamlet. The current area will be designed in such a way as to create an even more valuable nature conservation area with clean and healthy water.

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