Royal HaskoningDHV and Sources join forces to propose a new solution for wastewater treatment in France

Posted: Monday 30th July 2018

Royal HaskoningDHV's Nereda wastewater treatment technology expands its European base, with a new partnership for the French market.

Royal HaskoningDHV has entered into partnership with Sources for the delivery of its Neredawastewater treatment technology in France. Sources now can apply this technology in its wastewater treatment projects across France, ensuring excellent and sustainable treatment and reducing pollution.

Mr. Patrick Billette, Managing Director, Sources said, "Nereda's innovative technology is very promising, thanks to its treatment abilities while having a low operational expenditure. The wastewater treatment market in France is historically attached to the high-tech nature of its facilities.

Sources has developed a new concept in wastewater treatment plants, which is very compact and aesthetic. It integrates seamlessly with its environment, with minimal impact. Nereda technology adapts perfectly to this new concept. With our treatment plants and the Nereda technology, we are totally convinced that we will be able to accelerate and grow in the French market.

Sources has completed more than 300 water treatment projects since its inception in 2000. The company is located near its customers through a network of five agencies in France and also a presence in Maghreb. Sources has become a key player in water treatment in France, with a range of solutions adapted from 1.000 PE to 600.000 PE plants.

Mr. Rene Noppeney, Global Director Water Products and Innovation at Royal HaskoningDHV said, "We are pleased to welcome Sources to our international Nereda network. The company's expertise and local knowledge makes it ideally placed to deliver our technology to this region. We believe that working with partners, joining knowledge and capacity to deliver, increases our ability to help our clients and enhance society.

"We are delighted that work is already underway on our first project with Sources at Fleury. This project perfectly demonstrates the compact and aesthetic nature of the combination of the wastewater treatment plant and the technology."

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