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Ecovat signs for Health Deal Academy Het Dorp

25 January 2017

Care organization Siza has signed an agreement with Ecovat and 48 other public and private parties. State Secretary Van Rijn signed on behalf of the Ministry of Health. With this agreement ‘Het Dorp’ in Arnhem will be transformed into a technologically smart and healthy environment in which people with disabilities can live as comfortable as possible.

In Academy Het Dorp innovating parties join forces to create the residential area of the future. Within the Academy eleven clusters for innovation are present, including Healthy Living and Sustainable Construction. Main goal is to realize an adaptive built environment that contributes to healthy and comfortable living and working, which is at least energy neutral and built by the principles of circular building and social more.


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