Verdygo - modular & sustainable wastewater treatment (AG118)

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Verdygo - modular & sustainable wastewater treatment (AG118)

 

Verdygo is a new standard in wastewater treatment. An important feature of Verdygo is its industrial modular construction. This construction allows a sewage treatment plant (STP) to adjust (expand or shrink) quickly and easily in order to respond to e.g. aging of population or growth in an area. Verdygo also helps the reuse of effluent on the local level, for example in industry or greenhouses thus making a considerable contribution to sustainable water treatment.

The Verdygo concept offers a design and build approach with adaptable technology and leading to low operational costs.

This concept addresses the growing demand for low-cost, adaptable, decentralized alternatives for the complete treatment cycle as well for water re-use treatment. The concept fits perfectly in retrofit- and greenfield situations, partial or complete treatment cycles, for small to large plants. It also opens the possibility to offload upfront high investment cost through other asset financing options such as leasing, a highly interesting (and in the industry commonly used) option when economic constraints in Europe and in emerging/low income countries (municipalities/regions with weak capital market access / low public sector finance availability) persist. For post-treatment industrial water users it enables them to maintain capital for core business without investment in water post-treatment, and allows even to enter in “treatment-as-a-service” arrangements (with additional license avoiding benefits). The Verdygo concept fits well within the trend ofperceiving water as a source (water re-use) and the linked growing need for more decentralized solutions.

This Action Group aims to proof the concept with real-scale WWTPs demo sites in a range of countries, each with different characteristics. The Action Group has a good representation of international players along the value chain: from design & engineering, to construction companies, to equipment suppliers, to financing and several launching customers. Dissemination is foreseen via industry channels (getting the open standard concept into the catalogues and services lists) to academic- and water sector forums.

Eef Leeuw has a long term experience in several...

Business Development Group ( BDGroup) is...

Senior advisor Olaf Durlinger has been with the...

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Verdygo - modular & sustainable wastewater treatment (AG118)

 

Verdygo is a new standard in wastewater treatment. An important feature of Verdygo is its industrial modular construction. This construction allows a sewage treatment plant (STP) to adjust (expand or shrink) quickly and easily in order to respond to e.g. aging of population or growth in an area. Verdygo also helps the reuse of effluent on the local level, for example in industry or greenhouses thus making a considerable contribution to sustainable water treatment.

The Verdygo concept offers a design and build approach with adaptable technology and leading to low operational costs.

This concept addresses the growing demand for low-cost, adaptable, decentralized alternatives for the complete treatment cycle as well for water re-use treatment. The concept fits perfectly in retrofit- and greenfield situations, partial or complete treatment cycles, for small to large plants. It also opens the possibility to offload upfront high investment cost through other asset financing options such as leasing, a highly interesting (and in the industry commonly used) option when economic constraints in Europe and in emerging/low income countries (municipalities/regions with weak capital market access / low public sector finance availability) persist. For post-treatment industrial water users it enables them to maintain capital for core business without investment in water post-treatment, and allows even to enter in “treatment-as-a-service” arrangements (with additional license avoiding benefits). The Verdygo concept fits well within the trend ofperceiving water as a source (water re-use) and the linked growing need for more decentralized solutions.

This Action Group aims to proof the concept with real-scale WWTPs demo sites in a range of countries, each with different characteristics. The Action Group has a good representation of international players along the value chain: from design & engineering, to construction companies, to equipment suppliers, to financing and several launching customers. Dissemination is foreseen via industry channels (getting the open standard concept into the catalogues and services lists) to academic- and water sector forums.

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Eef Leeuw has a long term experience in several...

Business Development Group ( BDGroup) is...

Senior advisor Olaf Durlinger has been with the...

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