About HDDW technique
Horizontal Directional Drilling Wells (HDDW) is a unique and proven method for groundwater extraction and infiltration. This new technology has many different applications, and has many advantages compared to other techniques. In the construction process of a HDDW, a filter tube is placed in an aquifer. Depending on the desired application, water is removed from, or infiltrated into the ground. The Horizontal Directional Drilling Wells applications:
Work in the dunes near Scheveningen has started
The work for the drilling of the test wells in the dunes of Scheveningen has started. There are a nu...
TKI-project HDDW for drinking water extraction in the dunes near Scheveningen
Dunea, Visser & Smit Hanab and KWR Watercycle Research Institute have started a collaboration wi...
Presentation HDDW as a reinforcement of dikes for the Buisleiding Industrie Gilde (BIG) in the Zoo of Antwerp
Last Thursday, November 14th, Ruben Rothuizen has given a presentation together with Harry Bos of th...
HDDW video presentations
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