Posted on 7 March 2017
Royal HaskoningDHV will collaborate with leading supplier of products, solutions and services for industrial process measurement and automation Endress+Hauser to have its instrumentation certified for the Nereda® technology.
As part of the agreement, the companies will collaborate in research and development to further improve the applicability of Endress+Hauser instrumentation to Nereda-specific conditions.
An agreement to this effect was signed between the two companies.
|Nereda technology is being explored for the relocation of Hong Kong’s largest secondary sewage treatment works - Sha Tin - to caverns.|
As one of the Nereda preferred suppliers Endress+Hauser is working on a compact solution to make installation and handling of the installed analytical instruments more easy and comfortable.
Royal HaskoningDHV will actively support this process by making available technical know-how, performance data and access to its Nereda research and development facilities.
Global industry manager for water and wastewater, Heidrun Tippe, at Endress+Hauser explains: “One of our main goals within the water and wastewater industry is to offer our clients reliable and cost-effective solutions. So this is a perfect match for us. We are convinced that this cooperation will satisfy both Royal HaskoningDHV and Endress+Hauser customers.”
Global director water technology products & innovation, René Noppeney, by Royal HaskoningDHV: “Our Nereda technology has unique selling points in terms of its footprint, its energy efficiency, sustainability and ease of operation. With this agreement, we aim to make a significant step towards tailor made instrumentation as well. I am very pleased that Endress+Hauser has decided to become a preferred supplier.”
|Construction is about to start on a Nereda installation (in blue) at wwtp Utrecht, the Netherlands. As this technology does not require the classical settling tanks (grey area),the footprint of the new plant will be much smaller.|
Nereda is a cost-effective technology that purifies municipal and industrial waste water, using the unique features of aerobic granular mass. It requires a quarter of the area of conventional activated sludge installations and the process can reduce up to 50 percent on energy-costs.
Nereda plants are being built or in operation across the globe in countries including Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kindgom.
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● World’s first Verdygo modular sewage treatment plant put into use at wwtp Simpelveld, the Netherlands, 20 December 2016
● Weftec 2016: Royal HaskoningDHV teams up with new US partners on Nereda waste water technology, 28 September 2016
● First of three Nereda wastewater treatment plants in Ireland took flow, 10 September 2015
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