Peter Van den Bossche
Posthoflei 5 bus 1
2600 Antwerp

E: peter.van.den.bossche@witteveenbos.com
T: +32 3 286 75 75

Website: www.witteveenbos.be


Witteveen+Bos is a long-established Dutch engineering and consultancy firm that provides services nationally and internationally for water, infrastructure, spatial development, environment and construction. With over 900 employees, the firm focuses principally on complex projects that require high-quality knowledge and an integral approach. Short lines of communication with clients are essential to their work. Besides their head office in the Netherlands, they maintain international offices in Belgium, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Russia, Singapore and Vietnam.

Witteveen+Bos offers its clients valued-added consultancy and design services. They deliver reliable solutions built on knowledge, experience, intellect and social insight. At Witteveen+Bos they provide an exciting and inspiring working environment. Professionalism, respect and integrity are core values.

Witteveen+Bos focuses on complex and multidisciplinary issues. They solve them by deploying integral project teams that bring together experts from an array of different disciplines. Their field of work is large and varied. We provide a broad spectrum of advice on everything from sewage stations to hydraulic structures, from flood defences to mobility and from area development to climate, energy and sustainability. Iconic projects include the North/South Line in Amsterdam (new metro line), redevelopment of landfill the Volgermeer polder, construction of the new Maasvlakte 2 port area near Rotterdam through land reclamation, construction of the Amsterdam-West sewage station, a mobility plan for Riga (Latvia), the immersed Fehmarn Belt tunnel connecting Denmark and Germany, the Danube river widening and the construction of artificial islands in the Caspian Sea.

Welcome to EURELCO

EURELCO is an open, quadruple helix network that supports the required technological, legal, social, economic, environmental and organisational innovation with respect to the development and implementation of a Dynamic Landfill Management (DLM) framework. The DLM framework includes resource recovery-driven Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM) as one of its most advanced components, thereby supporting the transition to a resource efficient, circular, low-carbon economy. Are you a relevant actor working on DLM or ELFM?


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