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Get to know Monica What I do I am mainly a site manager. In addition, I provide support to project managers for sites in Italy and Spain. Sometimes I am also involved in site commissioning. Most of my days I am on site. I go to the construction site or plant, and I walk around to see all the activities. I discuss with my colleagues and with people on site about the work progress, potential problems, basically everything that is going on and together we figure out how to best continue. When I am at home I read and write e-mails and I am responsible for keeping good relationships with our clients.  For me this is really important, so I always find time during the day to focus on this. When needed, I am also involved in finding subcontractors, asking for quotes or organizing different activities on site. Why I chose to [...]

January 26th, 2023|

Meet the team

Get to know Sander What I do I am responsible for creating and implementing the innovation strategy within the Convertus Group, of which WTT is part. In my job I try to create an innovative environment, stimulating everybody to think outside the box. In this environment  I create, collect and guide all innovation ideas and projects, from the initial stage of ideation to successful implementation. In addition, I scout the market for new potential technologies which can be implemented into the organization. Why I chose to work for WTT I chose to work for WTT because of its young and dynamic team. The projects at WTT have a broad scope, hence there is a high variety in type of work that you can do, both between jobs but also within one job. In addition, there is not only a lot of variety of technical challenges, but also the challenges in the various [...]

December 12th, 2022|

Successful Commissioning of Jieyang Green Fuel Plant

Recently, the performance testing of the Jieyang Green Fuel China plant has been completed successfully. During the 21-day performance testing period, plant availability, throughput, input and output moisture, heating value, machinery sorting efficiency and odor treatment efficiency has individually been tested. Every test has received solid and satisfying testing results. The Jieyang plant converts 401.500 t/a Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) with high calorific value and recyclables (FE and non-FE metals, PVC, etc.) WTT as the main contractor of this turn-key MBT project, is responsible for designing, engineering, constructing, commissioning and start-up of two biological treatment lines with 20 bio-drying boxes automatically filled and emptied by 2 overhead cranes, two mechanical sorting lines and a complete odour abatement system. Check out the video below for an overview of the facility. A unique installation As one of the few Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) facilities in China, the Jieyang Green [...]

October 17th, 2022|

Meet the team

Get to know Jeroen What I do I am responsible for the electro engineering part of an organic waste treatment facility. My work is during the sales phase, the project phase and I am part of the after care.  It is my role to think of a smart solution for the problems our customers have. When a project starts, we think about purchasing the right equipment. What do we need and how does it fit the demand of the customers. Communication with the customer is important in this phase. And, when a project is finished, I am part of the aftercare. If there is a problem, I am consulted to find a solution. Some of the work involves standard components, but we also need to fit our drawings and equipment to local regulations. In Canada they have not the same voltage and certification, in Australia the coloring of the wiring is different [...]

October 4th, 2022|

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Get to know Elian What do you do? I am a process engineer. I describe it as executing the design on the main lines for an installation and making sure that it ultimately works. I make schematic representations of the facility, so for example Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (PI&Ds). In addition, I am involved in equipment selection, calculating heat exchange,  pump flows, basically the whole technical part for each new waste processing plant. I spend a lot of time at the computer, occasionally visiting a site. When I go to the site, it is for a commissioning, or to help with troubleshooting. For example, if a pump keeps breaking down, or keeps going outside its curve, we do the problem analysis. How did it start? I started working for WTT 3 years ago, just after I graduated as a mechanical engineer. The main reason why I chose this job is that I wanted [...]

September 22nd, 2022|

WTT Learning Centre: What is biogas?

Biogas is an environmentally-friendly, renewable energy source. Biogas is not to be confused with ‘natural’ gas, which is a non-renewable source of power. Biogas is produced when organic matter, such as food or garden waste is broken down by microorganisms in the absence of oxygen, in a process called anaerobic digestion. For this to take place, the waste material needs to be enclosed in an environment where there is no oxygen. Biogas is not a new discovery. The bacteria that break down organic material into biogas are some of the oldest multi-celled organisms on the planet. The anaerobic process of decomposition (or fermentation) of organic matter has been happening in nature for millions of years, even before fossil fuels, and continues to happen all around us in the natural world. Today’s industrial conversion of organic waste into energy in biogas plants is simply fast-forwarding nature’s ability to recycle its useful resources. The first [...]

September 12th, 2022|

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