Zero Carbon

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Waste water treatment

Water companies need to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030. It’s a huge challenge, but you don’t need to do it alone. The right support, knowledge, and solutions can bring you closer to this goal – and a sustainable future. 

At Royal HaskoningDHV, we provide smart solutions that reduce the amount of energy you use, reduce the carbon from your processes, and increase the amount of renewable energy you can produce. Our technologies include best-in-class anaerobic digestion technologies and process emissions monitoring and mitigation.

We’re working with water utilities to help reduce their carbon footprint and reach zero carbon by 2030. 

You don’t need to achieve net zero alone

We’ll provide insight and support from strategy to implementation. We deliver innovative technological solutions, digital support, and expert consultancy, to give you practical ways to achieve your goals and enhance society for the future. 

Our range of technologies to contribute to your net zero strategy

Ephyra
Ephyra is considered the most cost-effective digestion technology. It has significantly more sludge degradation, higher biogas yields, better final dewatering, and low chemical usage – all with the smallest carbon footprint.

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Nereda® technology

Nereda is an award-winning wastewater treatment technology using aerobic granular biomass. It reduces chemical use, requires less energy, and cuts your carbon footprint.

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Aquasuite MINE

Aquasuite MINE optimises sludge logistics and improves dewatering results to reduce environmental impact and costs.

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