Facts & Figures
|Client||Communauté de communes Plaines et Monts de France|
|Process Configuration||Pre-treatment + Nereda + Disc filtration|
|Nereda Design Capacity:|
|• Dry Weather Flow||2 MLD|
|• Peak Flow||282 m3/h|
|• PE||11,700 PE (PE = 60 gBOD/d)|
ABOUT OISSERY NEREDA® WWTP – FRANCE
Royal HaskoningDHV further expands into France with second Nereda wastewater plant at Oissery, a commune in the Seine-et-Marne department in the North East of Paris, France.
The ChallengeRoyal HaskoningDHV, with its French partner Sources SA, has implemented its second Nereda project in France. The client and operator, Communauté de communes Plaines et Monts de France (CCPMF), required a 11,700 p.e. treatment plant, to treat the sewage water from the municipalities of Oissery and Saint-Pathus. The existing plant dated back to 1984, so was in need a major upgrade and refurbishment to meet the needs of an increased population and more stringent effluent targets. A solution was required that also minimised the visual and environmental impact.
The SolutionSources proposed Nereda technology as the perfect wastewater solution to CCPMF’s requirements. Three Nereda reactors have been designed to treat the peak flow of 282 m³/hour and meet the effluent requirements without dosing of chemicals. The Nereda technology will provide a very compact and integrated solution at Oissery. The WWTP at Oissery follows on from the implementation of Nereda technology at the Fleury site. The process configuration will comprise pre-treatment, Nereda and disc filtration, with a peak flow of 282 m³/h.
The OutcomeNereda is already being applied to wastewater treatment facilities on five continents, for both municipal and industrial water. The second Nereda project in France continues the technology’s establishment as the go-to solution for wastewater management. The combination of the partnerships’ expertise and Sources’ local knowledge is proving to be an effective one. The completed project will feature a sympathetic design, which softens the plant’s visual impact on the rural landscape. This joint project maintains the ongoing roll-out of the Nereda technology in France, ensuring the delivery of excellent and sustainable treatment solutions, whilst minimising environmental impacts.