10 Nov 2014
In 2012, King Willem-Alexander opens the first Dutch municipal Nereda wastewater treatment plant in the town of Epe. Since then, several water boards have embraced the Nereda technology as an innovative treatment process for the wastewater they have to purify. Every water board applies the technology in its own way. The treatment plant in Vroomshoop is a hybrid plant with a buffer. The plant in Dinxperlo is a greenfield project. Both reactors have a rectangular shape and an underground piping system in contrast to the plant in Epe that consists of three round tanks with a gallery on the outside for the pipework.