Tag: Envisan centres

Envisan Centres

In common with other parts of Jan De Nul Group, the Environment Division Envisan also goes for an integrated approach, from design to execution. Sediments and soils coming from dredging and earthworks are transported to own treatment centres for treatment…

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Circular solutions

Our answer to environmental issues: Envisan. We cannot escape it. The climate, the environment, recycling, clean-ups and the circular economy are hot topics. Now, let these hot topics be the core business of Envisan, Jan De Nul Group's Environment…

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New centre in the port of Liege

Sol&Val Monsin is Envisan’s latest asset. This treatment centre is specialised in the treatment of contaminated soils, predominantly from the southeast of Belgium. Together with the centre in Saint-Ghislain – which covers the southwest…

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Centre in the port of Ghent

Hulsdonk, located in the Port of Ghent, is the oldest and – with its 32 acres – the biggest Envisan treatment centre. It is also the only centre in Belgium that treats both soils and sediments and is equipped with several lagoons. Daily management…

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The project Dac'art

PSR Brownfield Developers, the specialist of Jan De Nul Group for redeveloping brownfields, manages the Dac’Art project but also the civil construction division of Jan De Nul and the Environment Division Envisan have a part to play. “On the…

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Centre in the South of France

For CPEM, near Toulon, in full Centre de Production d’Eco-Matériaux, 2016 was the first complete business year. Lilian Rahyr, head of this treatment centre, sketches an overall picture: “In the past year, we’ve treated about…

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Envisan treats the dredged sediments

In 2015, Envisan opened a soil and sediment treatment centre in La Seyne-sur-Mer, near Toulon (France). Here, polluted sediments from Monaco are remediated ready for reuse. Hannes Van den Berghe coordinated the activities between Envisan and the teams…

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Beaches in the South of France

At the end of October 2018, two ships collided with one another off the coast of Corsica, resulting in a fuel tank leak  . Part of the oil spill could be captured in the Mediterranean Sea but another considerable part washed ashore onto the beaches…

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