Pleased to meet you! We are the Dutch WasteBAN cluster


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MetaSus promotes international cooperation and business in waste management and the circular economy. The Director Mr. Bert Keesman is Chairman of the Expert Group on Waste and Environmental Technologies of the Water Alliance and Special Envoy of the Holland Circular Hotspot. He acts as a linking pin between the Dutch and Australian waste and circular economy sector.


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Adverio Waste Systems / Drycake

Adverio Waste Systems BV (AWS) offers global solutions for the (re) use and use of waste for recycling of raw materials and renewable energy generation. AWS focuses on the integration of waste and biogas projects. These projects are based on the “waste separation model” where end (half) products are made out of household waste through different technologies, notably anaerobic digestion and composting. In the WasteBAN program, AWS cooperates with the company Drycake, manufacturer of Twister Depacking and Grit Removal.


Blue Phoenix Group

Blue Phoenix Group

Blue Phoenix Group - is a solution provider to the Energy from Waste (EfW) sector to responsibly manage their ash residues, maximize the recovery of valuable mineral and metal fractions and bringing these back into the circular economy. Blue Phoenix has realized the first ash recycling facility in Australia in (Kwinana) Perth as a result of a contract with Avertas Energy.


Dutch Power Group


Dutch Power Group

DutchPowerGroup offers sustainable, practical and proven solutions for the processing of waste materials. At the same time, DPG's systems are sources of renewable energy. The company offers consulting and contracting services in waste prevention, collection, sustainable landfilling, gas extraction systems and Waste-to-Energy technologies. Focus sectors include agricultural residues, domestic waste and biomass.


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N.M. Heilig / FastFeedGrinded

N.M. Heilig designs, develops and delivers state-of-the-art machinery for handling bulk goods and conveying and processing recyclable waste streams. The company aims for high capacity and throughput, purities, recovery rates and precision dosing and feeding. One of its innovative partner companies is FastFeetGrinded, which has developed a shoe recycling installation that can recycle and return all types of shoes. The ambition is to transform the international shoe industry into a circular industry. Both companies are eying the Australian market with great interest.

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Gusella-Bakker is a producer of waste logistics systems such as environmental container handling equipment, grabs for waste collection trucks, orange peel grapples for scrap and waste handling, as well as various sorts of clamshell buckets for waste handling and vacuum lifting systems. Established in 1939, the company Bakker is originally Dutch. In 2015 it acquired the Italian firm Gusella Equipment. The company exports to more than 45 countries all over the world and operates sales and engineering offices in the USA, France and Italy. All production is done in the Netherlands. Now Gusella-Bakker aims to expand to the Australian market as well.


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Since 1975, Hofstetter designs and implements equipment and plants for the collection, thermal treatment and incineration of gases which contain combustible compounds. For the waste sector, more specifically for landfills, the company specialises in landfill gas extraction systems and treatment systems to make the landfill gas suitable for power generation and/or flaring. Thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions by a factor of 22.

Van der Hoeven Horticultural Projects

Van der Hoeven designs, builds and operates turnkey greenhouses that produce high-quality crops (tomatoes, bell peppers, leafy greens, strawberries) all year round, with high yield, no matter the outdoor climate. The company strives for circularity on a multitude of scale levels: within the greenhouse itself, but also when looking at a larger scale. It does this by creating synergies between the greenhouses and surrounding industries that produce waste products, such as wastewater, organic waste, heat or CO2.





Water Alliance / EG DWET 

The WasteBAN program is fully supported by the Expert Group on Waste and Environmental Technologies of the Water Alliance. EG DWET is a member organisation which supports the Dutch waste and circular economy sector through knowledge exchange, lobbying and joint exports promotion. It is part of the Water Alliance, which represents approximately 200 Dutch companies in water and environmental technologies. Through EG DWET and the Water Alliance, the WasteBAN program has direct access to a wide and diverse pool of knowledge and experience in the environmental technologies sector.