• District heating in Nijmegen

District heating in Nijmegen

27 June 2014

On March 9 2015 Henk Kamp, the Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, opened the district heating network in the city of Nijmegen. In the near future up to 14,000 houdeholds and business will be heated by this network that is fueled by residual heat from a large waste-to-energy plant in the nearby town of Weurt.

As the main contractor we contributed by constructing and connecting the transport pipelines. We were also responsible for a number of horizontal directional drillings, carried out bij our sister company A.Hak Drillcon.

(photography: Nuon/Jorrit Lousberg)

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