Royal HaskoningDHV is pleased to announce that is has signed a Nereda® Technology Authorised User Agreement with BEWG International Pte Ltd for the territories of Hong Kong and Macau in South China. This agreement further strengthens its relationship with Beijing Enterprise Water Group (BEWG), the largest water company in China.
The territories of Hong Kong and Macau will be sub-licensed to BEWG Oversea Development Ltd, which along with BEWG International, is a fully owned BEWG company based in Hong Kong.
René Noppeney, Global Director Nereda at Royal HaskoningDHV explains: “The signing of this agreement marks an important milestone for Royal HaskoningDHV and the development of our Nereda technology in South China. We are delighted to have reached an agreement with BEWG International and we are confident that this new partnership represents an opportunity to bring the benefits of our Nereda technology to this important new market. The recent award of the Yuen Long project to BEWG International underlines this importance. We are proud that this will be the first Nereda wastewater treatment plant in Hong Kong. Discussions are underway with regards to further projects and the team is excited to be part of this.”
Li Haifeng, Vice President and Executive Director, Beijing Enterprise Water Group Limited added: “At BEWG, we always triumph with our investors, our employees and our partners, stand up for the time and guard the dreams of humanity, clean water and green earth. With Royal HaskoningDHV, BEWG remains true to its inspiration and its mission, ‘BE Water, For future’”. This commitment aligns with Royal HaskoningDHV’s own commitment of ‘Enhancing Society Together’.
Royal HaskoningDHV's award-winning Nereda wastewater treatment solution is already being applied on five continents for municipal and industrial water. It is an established game-changer for sustainable wastewater technology, with over 80 Nereda projects completed or being delivered across the world. It purifies wastewater using its patented granular sludge technology, which allows for a very small footprint, low energy costs and little or no chemicals. Earlier this year, the Nereda technology was named the ‘breakthrough technology of decade’ by Global Water Intelligence, leading magazine in the water technology sector.