Picture: John J.M. Heynen

John J.M. Heynen M.Sc.

Netherlands Enterprise Agency
P.O. Box 8242
3503 RE Utrecht
The Netherlands
Tel: +31.88.6022527
Fax: +31.88.6029025
e-mail: .

Board member of ISCOWA, treasurer and internet site administrator.
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Current Position (since 2007)
Programme advisor for the Environment and Technology Programme (ETP) at NL Environment. The programme stimulates the development and application of innovative processes, products and services that benefit the environment, with special focus to Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME). More information at this website.
National Contact Point (NCP) for EU programmes LIFE and Horizon 2020, Societal Challenge 5: Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials.

Previous Positions and Activities

Interests
Environmental knowledge management, Information Technology, Processes for upgrading Waste Materials, re-use.

Memberships
International Society for the Environmental and Technical Implications of Construction with Alternative Materials (ISCOWA).

Dutch Royal Institute of Engineers (KIvI)

Education
M.Sc. Chemical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology (1987).
 

Publications

Tools for assisting in the implementation of EN-14181 in the Netherlands for CEMS (analysers) and PEMS, CEM2006 conference, Paris 2006.

Encouraging the treatment and reuse of contaminated dredged material in the Netherlands. Wascon 2003, San Sebastián, Spain

Re-use of abandoned coal mining waste deposits for the production of construction materials: a case of innovative tendering (2000). Proceedings WASCON 2000 conference, Harrogate, England: Waste Materials in Construction, the Science and Engineering of Recycling for Environmental Protection. Waste Management Series, Volume 1. pp. 814-824. Elsevier science publ., Amsterdam. (also available on CD-rom)

Chemical aspects and acceptance criteria regarding the ripening of dredged materials (1997). Proceedings Int. Conf. on Contaminated Sediments (ICCS'97), Rotterdam.

Management of contaminated sediments within the Meuse river-system (1997). Proceedings Int. Conf. on Contaminated Sediments (ICCS'97), Rotterdam.

Beneficial use of contaminated sediments within the Meuse river system (1997). Proceedings WASCON ’97 conference, Houthem-St.Gerlach, The Netherlands: Waste Materials in Construction, Putting theory into Practice. Studies in environmental science vol. 71. pp.193-199. Elsevier science publ., Amsterdam.

Development of fast testing procedures for determining the leachability of soils contaminated by heavy metals (1997). Proceedings WASCON ’97 conference, Houthem-St.Gerlach, The Netherlands: Waste Materials in Construction, Putting theory into Practice. Studies in environmental science vol. 71. pp.679-687. Elsevier science publ., Amsterdam.

Re-use of colliery spoils in construction materials using Fluidized Bed Combustion [PDF,100KB] (1994). Proceedings WASCON ’94 conference, Maastricht: Environmental aspects of construction with waste materials. Studies in environmental science vol. 60. pp.655-664. Elsevier science publ., Amsterdam.

Re-use of Mining Wastes in Construction Materials via Fluid Bed Combustion and combined Energy-Utilization (1993). Proceedings 4th International Symposium on the Reclamation, Treatment and Utilization of Coal Mining Wastes, Kraków Poland. Univ. Agr., Kraków.