At the start of 2019 InOpSys is very proud to announce that Ir. Cameron Dierendonck (Master Bioscience Engineering KULeuven – Specialization Membrane Technology) has joined our team! Click here to find out his responsibilities in our team.
InOpSys is going to Ireland, France and Switzerland to explain the importance of waterloop closure and Circular Economy for our future.
Since December 2018 we are also ISO14001:2015-certified. This is a management system to ensure that your business acts in the best way in its activities regarding the environment. What does this mean in short?
VMH (Flemish Environment Holding) invests EUR 1,25 million in the young company InOpSys and the current shareholders – among them the Innovation Fund, Gemma Frisius Fund and KU Leuven – are contributing another EUR1,25 million together.
This Quality Assurance System was imposed by OVAM, the public authority for waste management. We needed this Quality Assurance System for maintaining our registration as collector and merchant of hazardous waste. Yesterday an auditor of Vinçotte came to assess our Quality Assurance System and gave a positive evaluation.
The innovation project Plant-On-A-Truck from InOpSys, in cooperation with Janssen Pharmaceutica, became a finalist in the category Circular Economy for the Belgian Energy and Environment Award 2018. The Plant-On-A-Truck is an innovating mobile water treatment plant that reuses materials and reduces waste in the production of new generation medicines.
We are in the running for the 2018 .eu Web Awards in the category Better World. Spread the word, help us highlight the importance of Circular Economy and its benefits. Vote for InOpSys here.
On Monday April 23, we passed the yearly evaluation of our ISO 9001/2015 system for Quality, without any flaws.
Circular Flanders puts the cooperation between InOpSys, Janssen Pharmaceutica NV and Nyrstar in the picture. Together they are working on a project to create circular economy, which is visualised and explained in this video.
The Belgian Business Awards for the Environment reward small and big companies for their effort and commitment to sustainable development. This year, the Golden Award went to the Plant-On-A-Truck project (recovery and re-use of raw materials) of InOpSys and Janssen Pharmaceutica.
InOpSys has been selected as 1 of 5 finalists by a professional jury for the Tech Startup Day Awards on March 15th, in the category Tech for Good. As from Monday-morning February 12, you choose the eventual winner, and this until Sunday-evening March 4th.
Together with Janssen Pharmaceutica NV and De Neef Chemical, InOpSys is selected as one of the 10 nominees for the Belgian Business Awards for the Environment (BBAE). The input for this nomination was the “Plant on a truck”-project (wiith InOpSys) and “circular economy project with a major environmental impact” (with De Neef Chemicals).