Willy Verstraete, Ghent University
Stephen Palmer, Stantec
The technical themes include:
*AMP 6 Phosphorus Removal Experiences
*Future Consent Challenges
*Granular Activated Sludge
*Tertiary Nitrogen Removal Biofilm Systems
*Sidestream Liquors – Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal
*Biological Nutrient Removal
*Carbon Management & Sustainability
Join us for a virtual tour of Royal HaskoningDHV’s new Nereda Package and Mini Plants.
Nereda Package Plants have been developed to provide a competitive and sustainable solution, offering the lowest whole-life cost solution for small works. In addition to meeting the tightening phosphorous removal requirements, the plants can achieve high levels of ammonia and total nitrogen removal too. A key benefit of the plants is the potential for speedy implementation. It is possible for a Package Plant to progress from award to full operation within just 24 weeks, with onsite assembly, testing and process start-up taking just four weeks. The Nereda Aquasuite controller will ensure a leading digital solution for efficient, automatic operation and control with the support of a virtual operator that never sleeps.
A key challenge for water companies in AMP 7 is the tightening of water consent for phosphorus removal on smaller wastewater treatment works. With hundreds of wastewater treatment sites and ecosystems affected, the challenge is huge. In response, Royal HaskoningDHV has developed a range of small package plants based on its award-wining Nereda® wastewater treatment technology. The company has teamed up with three specialist contractors, Suprafilt, Eliquo Hydrok and EPS, to ensure a UK-wide turnkey delivery of these Nereda Package Plants.
The new Nereda Package Plants provide high-quality sustainable wastewater treatment with biological phosphorus removal at small works serving between 300 and 10,000 people. For added efficiency, the Package Plants have been designed to be manufactured, assembled and pre-tested off-site, which allows for a highly cost-effective implementation, ensuring improved health and safety and an efficient site assembly, even under the current COVID-19 restrictions.