Wastewater process instrumentation, controls contract awarded to Kruger

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CARY, NC, June 11, 2010 -- Kruger Inc., a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company, received the Purchase Order to furnish the process equipment for a BIO-DENIPHO™ Phased Isolation Oxidation Ditch system with a three stage Block & Hong Anaerobic Selector for the Middletown Borough Authority WWTP project located in Middletown, PA. The Middletown Borough Authority is constructing a new WWTP to treat an average daily flow of 2.2 MGD and meet new effluent requirements of 25 mg/L BOD, 30 mg/L TSS, 6.0 mg/L TN and 0.8 mg/L TP (with standby chemical trim).

Kruger will also be supplying process instrumentation and controls, which will include six (6) PLC control panels and a plant-wide SCADA system. Kruger will be the system integrator for the plant.

The plant is expected to be operational in the spring of 2011.

About Kruger Inc.
Kruger Inc. is a water and wastewater solutions provider specializing in advanced and differentiating technologies. Kruger provides complete processes and systems ranging from biological nutrient removal to mobile surface water treatment. The ACTIFLO® Microsand Ballasted Clarifier, BioCon® Dryer, Oxidation Ditches, BIOSTYR® Biological Aerated Filter (BAF), NEOSEP® MBR and Hydrotech Discfilters are just a few of the innovative technologies offered by Kruger. Kruger is a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company.

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, a subsidiary of Veolia Water, is a global provider of technology solutions and design-build services in water treatment. With over 9,500 employees in 57 countries, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies recorded revenue of $3.6 billion in 2009. Combining the specialized expertise of North American subsidiaries including Biothane, Crown Solutions, HPD, John Meunier, Kruger, N.A. Water Systems, PICA and Whittier Filtration, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies serves the industrial and municipal markets.

Veolia Water, the water division of Veolia Environnement, is the world leader in water and wastewater services and technological solutions. Its parent company, Veolia Environnement (NYSE: VE and Paris Euronext: VIE), is the worldwide leader in environmental services. With more than 310,000 employees in 74 countries, Veolia Environnement recorded annual revenues of $49.8 billion in 2009. Veolia Environnement is in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) and Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability Index (DJSI STOXX). Visit the company's Web sites at www.veolianorthamerica.com and www.veoliawaterna.com

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