Induss II

Induss II again obtains environmental charter


On wednesday, June 17, 2015 Induss II again received the “Milieucharter” (environmental charter) and this for the second consecutive time now. In this way, it was once more praised by Voka – Chamber of Commerce East Flanders and the Province of East Flanders for the numerous environmental initiatives it took in 2014.

TNAV visits our blue circle project


At the end of May, Induss was pleased to host a visit of TNAV. They came to take a look at the pilot installation at Induss II for the filtration of the UF-treated surface water. The purpose of this research: to implement cation ion exchange as a pretreatment for reverse osmosis (RO) systems. As such, the dosing of antiscalant chemicals can be omitted, while the RO recovery increases and concentrate can be reused for regeneration of the cation exchange system. The main topic of the tour was the presentation of preliminary project research results.


Induss II obtains environmental charter 2012-2013


The environmental charter is an initiative of VOKA (Chamber of Commerce East Flanders) to encourage companies to an active environmental policy that goes beyond what the legislator wishes to receive. By the granting of this award Induss II, industrial water treatment plant, is rewarded for its environmental efforts. Securing the environment is not only important for Induss’s stakeholders, after all, but for everyone.

Sustainability drives everything we do


Induss keeps on challenging itself that’s why we have signed up for:

The 'CSR (corporate social responsibility) charter', an initiative by Voka (Chamber of Commerce) and the Province of Antwerp with the industrial water treatment plan Induss I. Only those companies that go beyond the statutory obligations for improving their impact on people , planet and prosperity are eligible for this recognition.

Bio engineer students get behind-the-scenes look at Induss II



A group of students of UGent visited the Water Treatment Plant, Induss II, to gain an in-depth look in water purification technologies to produce process water, especially the different grades of water quality based on several water quality parameters.

Water audit leads to increased efficiency for Air Products

Economical And Operational Performance Improvement thanks to Clustered Water Management

1.    The Challenge: Coping with increased production and environmental requirements

Air Products is an international supplier of industrial gases with a production facility in Ghent. The company was facing the dual challenge of corporate expansion and increasingly stringent environmental requirements.

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INDUSS II and the benefits of clustering

How our 2nd Industrial Water Treatment Plant in Belgium services companies in the Port of Ghent

1.     The Challenge: matching cost-effective with tailor-made solutions

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.

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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