Nereda? Technology Authorized User Agreement
Author: Century 3 Update: 2022-05-25
May 2022 - BEEC, a subsidiary company of Century 3 (Shanghai) Inc. is pleased to announce that it has signed a Nereda? Technology Authorized User Agreement with Royal HaskoningDHV to cover the People’s Republic of China. BEEC has a long relationship with Royal HaskoningDHV, and this agreement brings the company back into the Royal HaskoningDHV family and represents a further strengthening of Nereda technology in China.
Rong He, CEO of Century 3 Asia-Pacific added: “In 2019 we were involved in the first Nereda project in China at Longyou WWTP. This led the way where we get to know the capabilities of Nereda technology and understand its multitude of benefits. We have also developed BIM tools for the design and fabrication of the internals of the reactor and standardized software module to sync with RHDHV’s smart controller of Nereda unit to aid efficiency. We are looking forward to building our relationship with Royal HaskoningDHV to further proceed with application of this state-of-the-art technology in local wastewater treatment market.”
Hennie Erwee, Global Director Nereda Partners at Royal HaskoningDHV explained: “Royal HaskoningDHV has been working within Asia for the last six years and we have had the opportunity to demonstrate the benefits of Nereda technology in this part of the world. The signing of this agreement is a further endorsement of the importance of moving towards Net Zero with sustainable and high-quality wastewater treatment. We are delighted to have reached an agreement with Century 3 and we are looking forward to developing our offering for municipal and industrial wastewater.”
This commitment aligns with Century 3's mission and core value: “To deliver value by bridging the gap between the west and the east, developing and maintaining a professional and committed team and providing sustainable solutions”. The award-winning Nereda wastewater treatment solution is already being applied on six continents for municipal and industrial water. It is an established game-changer for sustainable wastewater technology, with 90 Nereda projects completed or being delivered across the world. It purifies wastewater using its patented granular sludge technology, which allows for a very small footprint, low energy costs and little or no chemicals.