Please find below some great Induss cases and customer testimonials.
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The solution Induss’s Design Build, Finance, Operate (DBFO) industrial and commercial water outsourcing services. It provides an economical alternative that allows Rütgers to focus on their capital, resources and core business rather than on their water systems. The related technological and infrastructure investment is also made by Induss, saving Rütgers a significant non-core cost (CAPEX).
Following its commercial success, Eastman a market-leading performance materials and specialty chemicals company will expand its production facility in Ghent. In order to reach the required production capacity, Eastman will need every square metre of its site for its core business: the production of PVB film for laminated glass. However, this increase in production means Solutia now faces a second challenge: an additional demand for demin water and steam.
Air Products is an international supplier of industrial gases, based in Ghent. The company is currently facing the dual challenge of corporate expansion and increasingly stringent environmental requirements. The first challenge requires them to secure a supply of additional water for their future needs. The second challenge means finding a solution that guarantees a continuous quality.
In an industrial area such as the Port of Ghent, the cost and operations of utilities are an important issue. By running simulations through modelling, Induss is able to demonstrate to customers and other stakeholders that the collective outsourcing and handling of water requirements beyond company borders (clustering) is both a viable and efficient solution for everyone.
When Ghent-based intercommunity waste-disposal company Ivago saw that their current water supply contract was about to expire, it knew this was the perfect moment to critically review their demin water consumption and management. Should they continue with their current supplier or switch to a better alternative?
Induss supplies Total (port Antwerp) with demineralised water ATV - weg van water Episode: 27 august 2010 Induss supplies Total Raffinaderij with demineralised water in the port of Antwerp.
Induss Offers Dynea a Fixed Price Supply Security
Cargill Opts For Full Water Management Outsourcing To Induss
New Bio Ethanol Plant Benefits From Full Outsourcing To Induss
Cluster Induss I is a true hotspot of petrochemical activity in Antwerp, Belgium. Many multinational (petro)chemical players and refineries have a plant there, strategically clustered along the banks of the river Scheldt in the heart of the Antwerp port. An essential aspect of the petrochemical production process is the use of DI water (deionised/demineralised water). Historically, almost every plant along the Scheldelaan managed its own DI water production, and did so in redundant quantities to ensure production continuity.
The collaboration with Induss enables us to reduce our carbon footprint. Transparency in our partnership is also the key for better cost control of water and steam.
Johan Rousseau
plant manager, Eastmann
We sustainably reduced our demin water cost
Thanks to Induss’ full examination and mapping of my various water needs, I now receive guaranteed quality and secured delivery of industrial water for my production line and that at a fixed price for a full contract length.
Bart Vervenne
Plant Manager, Alco Bio Fuel