Endress+Hauser Becomes a Preferred Supplier for Nereda Wastewater Treatment Installations
Mar 07 2017 Comments 0
Endress+Hauser signed an agreement to become a partner of Royal HaskoningDHV and is now a preferred supplier for the innovative Nereda wastewater treatment process. This technology is based on aerobic granulation and offers many advantages compared to traditional activated sludge technologies like lower energy costs for example.
"One of our main goals within the Water&Wastewater Industry is to offer our customers reliable and cost effective solutions,“ said Dr. Heidrun Tippe, Global Industry Manager Water&Wastewater, Endress+Hauser. "This is a perfect match for us and we are convinced this cooperation will satisfy both Royal HaskoningDHV and Endress+Hauser customers.
Endress+Hauser has always been at the forefront of new technological developments and is one of the most innovative companies in the market. It owns more than 6500 patents and reinvests approximately seven percent of their annual sales in R&D.
“We are convinced, that our joint R&D activities with Royal HaskoningDHV will in the end benefit our customers, as this cooperation will result in market-leading products and overall solutions,” Tippe adds.
René Noppeney, Global Director Water Technology Products & Innovation bij Royal HaskoningDHV: “Our Nereda technology has unique selling points in terms of its footprint, its energy efficiency, sustainability and ease of operation. With this agreement, we aim to make a significant step towards tailor made instrumentation as well. I am very pleased that Endress+Hauser has decided to become a preferred supplier.”
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