14 June 2019
Winning the prestigious Innovation Award, showcasing meaningful innovations and welcoming many interested horti-professionals at our booth: Ridder is looking back at very successful 2019 GreenTech.
At GreenTech, Ridder introduced several new ground-breaking innovations that enable greenhouse growers produce more efficient and with maximal sustainability. Professionals from the horticulture industry were given the opportunity to learn more about how these new these new green solutions will impact their day-to-day business. Many interest was shown for the new products, especially for the GreenTech Innovation Award winning Ridder NoNa+.
Sustainability Award for Ridder NoNa+
The Ridder NoNa+ water treatment unit won the prestigious GreenTech Innovation Award in the Sustainability category. The Ridder NoNa+ is a new ground-breaking sodium removal technology that enables sustainable emission-free cultivation and helps growers to reduce their water footprint and reuse valuable fertilizers. This unique innovative technology was recognized by an international jury who named the Ridder NoNa+ the most sustainable innovation during the GreenTech Innovation Award Ceremony.
Meaningful and sustainable
Ridder CEO Klaas van de Poppe is delighted with the GreenTech Innovation Award. “We are very proud that we have won the Greentech Innovation Award in the Sustainability category with the Ridder NoNa+. It is an important acknowledgement by the horticultural sector – they recognize Ridder as a company that brings meaningful and sustainable innovations to the market. We would like to thank all our partners and customers for their support and we look forward to embracing the future together. A future in which we will definitely continue with the enhanced focus on innovation that Ridder Group is known for.
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