Dutch town deploys new Nereda biotechnology for wastewater treatment

June 11, 2012 |

In Holland, the town of Epe has seen the opening of a waste water treatment system that uses micro-organisms that clump together into granules, making it much easier to separate the solids from the water being treated.  This new technology, referred to as Nereda, was invented at the Delft University of Technology.

The resulting National Nereda program was a joint effort that included six Dutch water boards, STOWA, DHV and Delft, who together, brought the technology up to scale.

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