Are you a wastewater treatment professional interested in learning more about Aerobic Granular Sludge (AGS) technology?

In an online course from Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), you will learn all about Aerobic Granular Sludge (AGS) technology, aka Nereda® technology, and how this highly innovative solution has revolutionised wastewater treatment. 

What is Nereda technology?

Nereda technology has been designated as the best water technology breakthrough of the past decade (by Global Water Intelligence). It brings significant benefits: reduction in a plant’s footprint, lower investment costs, less energy use and reduced chemical consumption. It also provides improved environmental compliance and robustness, compared to traditional wastewater technologies. 

About the course

Besides keeping up to date with the latest developments of AGS, in this online course you will learn all about the ins and outs of the AGS technology and how it works from the inventors themselves! 

The course will take you to actual AGS treatment plants through online VR excursions, and share the experiences of operators, policy makers and innovators from water authorities already using this technology. This includes experience of Royal HaskoningDHV – winner of the 2020 Global Water Awards– and its widely used Nereda AGS technology.

World-class leading experts will be teaching, coaching and answering your questions about AGS. They will help you to learn about making sizing calculations and how to implement the technology. 

The course is accredited by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM). It offers a professional education certificate from TU Delft and continuing professional development (CPD) credits.

This fully online course, allowing study at a time and place to suit you, will therefore enhance the careers of those already in the water treatment and supply industry and the prospects of those wishing to enter it.

Check the enrolment for this online course: Aerobic Granular Sludge Technology for Wastewater Treatment | TU Delft Online
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