Royal HaskoningDHV case study: can technology overcome drought?

The impacts of climate change, like flooding and drought, are increasingly affecting communities around the world. Royal HaskoningDHV published this case study about a consultation project to educate water boards about potential solutions.

CLIENT: Royal HaskoningDHV
AUDIENCE: Water authorities and wastewater treatment plant owners

The water scarcity challenge has the potential to every country on the planet, and water re-use seems like the most obvious solution – but it’s by no means a simple one.

This case study explains how Royal HaskoningDHV consultants worked through this complex challenge to create recommendations for addressing drought by re-using treated wastewater locally – instead of pumping it miles away.

To write this article, Vallei en Veluwe: Can treated wastewater provide new freshwater sources? Senior Copywriter Craig interviewed Sjoerd Kerstens, Leading Professional for Wastewater Technology and Resource Recovery.

The piece described the challenge of providing a new water source, the process of developing an innovative approach, and how the recommended solution could become a blueprint for water boards all over the world – in just 500 words.

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“The water scarcity challenge affects everyone, and this kind of consultancy work is intensely complex. So helping Sjoerd clearly and concisely articulate how his team came up with a solution that could help to overcome it was a genuine pleasure.”

Craig, Senior Copywriter, Radix Communications

Screen shot of client RHDHV case study on Vallei en Veluwe: Can treated wastewater provide new freshwater sources?

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