Euroby Home and Dry With Veolia

Euroby Limited, one of the UK's most successful sludge treatment specialists, has been awarded the contract for the supply, installation and commissioning of an alum sludge dryer for the prestigious Clareville Water Treatment Plant project, currently under construction by Veolia Water Ireland Ltd.

Euroby, who also offer sludge dewatering plant and equipment and operate a large mobile contract dewatering fleet won the Clareville contract against strong opposition from several major European dryer companies. Euroby's expertise is gaining ever wider recognition as this project in Ireland follows recent dewatering equipment successes in Oman and the Middle East.
The Clareville project is yet another major undertaking for Veolia who are a leading Service Provider & Contractor in the Water & Waste Water Utilities Business in Ireland.

Euroby attributes the success of the bid for the 1 tonne per hour evaporation belt dryer to a combination of safety, price, performance and Euroby's extensive experience in the field of sludge drying.

This is the second major belt dryer project won by Euroby in recent months, following on from the contract awarded by Wessex Water for a 3 tonne per hour sewage sludge dryer at its Avonmouth sludge facility. The client confidence we are now seeing is testament to the safety, economics, build quality and safety of our dryers.

The Clareville belt dryer offered a level of performance and safety commensurate with the stringent requirements of today's - and tomorrow's - environmental and energy conscious markets. Euroby believes that these recent contracts are a sign of renewed confidence in sludge drying.

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