Royal HaskoningDHV and Verdygo BV are working together to make Nereda® technology available in international Verdygo installations. On September 5th 2017, Guus Pelzer, Director at Verdygo BV, and René Noppeney, Global Director of Water Technology Products & Innovation at Royal HaskoningDHV, signed a Letter of Intent for cooperation.
Strukton International BV and Verdygo BV are working together to market Verdygo design and construction technology, and to deliver projects. On 22 August 2017, Guus Pelzer, Director at Verdygo BV, and Bert Hoekstra, Managing Director at Strukton International BV, signed a cooperation agreement that turns the letter of intent signed on 26 April 2016 into a strategic cooperation for the long-term.
On 5 July, Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg (Limburg Water Authority) received a delegation of Iranian members of parliament and representatives from regional water and wastewater treatment companies including
Hassan Bahramnia, Iran’s parliament member of Nahavand
Ali Golmoradi, Iran’s parliament member of Mahshahr
Gholamreza Sharafi, Iran’s parliament member of Abadan
Gholamreza Reshadi, parliament energy commission member
Mansour Shavandi, parliament relationship manager of NWWE Co.
Sadegh Haghighipour, Managing director of Khouzestan province WW Co.
Seyed Hadi Hossieni Bidar, Managing director of Hamedan province WW Co.
visiting the Netherlands with a view to involving Dutch companies in water and wastewater treatment projects in Iran. And with the Verdygo design and construction technique for wastewater treatment plants, Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg has exactly the sort of ground-breaking product they have come to see.
Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg has reinvented the treatment of wastewater. This can now be done cheaper, more efficiently, more flexibly and more sustainably using Verdygo design and construction technology. The ‘world premiere’ of Verdygo took place at the sewage treatment plants in Simpelveld and Roermond when, on 19 December 2016, the first Verdygo plant was officially put into use.
On 26 April Guus Pelzer, director of Verdygo B.V., and Bert Hoekstra, managing director of Strukton International B.V., signed a letter of intent to collaborate.
The two parties will collaborate on marketing and building sewage treatment plants using the modular Verdygo concept in the Middle East and parts of Europe (in particular, Scandinavian countries). “As well as the innovative Verdygo building concept itself,” explains Guus Pelzer, “Verdygo B.V. will also offer its services during the start-up period of installations. This might, for example, include providing direction/managing from a Central Control Room.”
Today, 18 April, saw the start of construction of a sewage treatment plant using the entirely new and innovative Verdygo design and construction philosophy, officially launched by the Chair and Vice-Chair of Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg, Ger Driessen (Chair, Peel & Maasvallei Waterboard) and Jan Schrijen (Chair, Roer & Overmaas Water Board).
The basic principle behind the Verdygo concept is customised sewage purification at the lowest possible cost to the community. A Verdygo sewage treatment plant is flexible, allowing you to respond to technological, demographic and climatic developments.
In October 2015, with the official signing of contracts by all parties involved, Waterschapsbedrijf Limburg gave the go-ahead for the actual construction and development of the first Verdygo plants.
The projects at the sewage treatment plants in Roermond and Simpelveld together form a blueprint for a complete sewage treatment system using the Verdygo concept. In Roermond, the entire supply system will be composed of the booster systems, grids and sand collection. In Simpelveld organic treatment, including sludge thickening, will be replaced according to the Verdygo design concept.
On the 3rd of October 2014 the tender procedure of our first Verdygo-project was initiated. This project consists of the total replacement of the central section of the sewage treatment plant – the organic treatment – in Simpelveld (The Netherlands) and the replacement of the initial section of the sewage treatment plant in Roermond (The Netherlands). This initial section comprises the following elements: booster systems, grids and sand collection.