The developer of the Nieuw-Prinsenland greenhouse area in Dinteloord decides to expand the ASR-coastal system to enlarge freshwater supply.
The Subsol consortium visited the Dutch cases to learn from the very first SWS experiences.
Today was the premiere of the Subsol promotional video. Have a look!
ASR scheme Dinteloord expanded upon successful test cycle.
The Subsol consortium met in Berlin to discuss the progress in Year 1.
Wayland Developments contracts B-E de Lier to implement SWS in their 100 ha greenhouse and logistics area.
Geophysical measurements were executed at the field sites in Dinteloord, Westland, Nootdorp, and Ovezande in order to record the realized freshwater build-up.
After around 3 months of construction, the ASR-coastal system at Dinteloord (WP2.3) was ready for a first test cycle. With this, the first SUBSOL replication site comes within operation around six months after the start of the project.