Nereda offers sustainable wastewater treatment solutions for municipal and industrial water. The natural sewage treatment process purifies water without chemicals by using the patented aerobic granular sludge technology.
Innovation, proven with the highest discharge requirements.
Compared to activated sludge technologies, the biological treatment power of Nereda is much larger while saving up to 50% on energy costs, delivering high quality effluent for low costs and requiring only a quarter of the area of conventional activated sludge installations.
Nereda technology shows how close partnership results in a whole new era of wastewater treatment, with big advantages for people all around the world.
Nereda sewage treatment plants on 5 continents
Currently, there are more than 70 sewage treatment plants in operation or under construction all over the world. Please click on the buttons on the map below to read more information on these plants and our customers, licensees and partners.
- 30 Mar 2020Nereda and Corona virus Statement from René Noppeney, Global Director Water at Royal HaskoningDHV
- 09 Mar 2020 Keeping it green - water reclamation for Australian sports fields
- 24 Feb 2020Royal HaskoningDHV optimistic as voting opens for Global Water Awards
- 21 Feb 2020The heat is on
- 18 Feb 2020Longyou WWT live, representing the first Nereda® plant in China
- 05 Nov 2019AWARD WIN MAKES KAUMERA THE ONE TO WATCH
- 18 Mar 2019Nereda technology shortlisted for NCE100 Awards 2019
- 08 Mar 2019Nereda® Awards Success Story Continues at WEX GLOBAL 2019
- 28 Feb 2019Nereda shortlisted for prestigious global water award
- 02 Dec 2014Royal HaskoningDHV wins Dutch Water Innovation Award 2014
- 31 Oct 2014Prestigious German Innovation Award for Dutch Nereda® Technology
- 18 Sep 2018Demonstrating aerobic granular sludge benefits the American way
- 04 Apr 2018Size matters – especially in Asia!
- 14 Mar 2017A Societal Review by a Microbiologist: How Nereda® bugs enhance society…everybody wins
- 01 Feb 2017A Geopolitical Review by a Microbiologist: How Nereda bugs will unify the world