In 2017, Napier-Reid provided a Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) and Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) package to the JOSE Wastewater Treatment Plant in Anzoátegui, Venezuela, owned and operated by the PDVSA.

The plant is designed to treat an average flow of 794.4 m³/day, with a total suspended solid level of up to 40 mg/L, a FOG level of up to 35 mg/L, a COD up to 800 mg/L, and a BOD₅ up to 450 mg/L, at 15-27 °C. The plant produces an effluent flow with less than or equal to 33 mg/L of suspended solids, less than or equal to 17 mg/L of oil and grease, a COD < 160 mg/L, and a BOD₅ ≤ 45 mg/L.

The scope of supply for the project includes: a steel holding tank, a DAF system, a package SBR system, and a chemical dosing system consisting of: dosing packages for caustic soda, citric acid, phosphoric acid, demulsifier, coagulants and flocculants, and a chlorine disinfection system. Control equipment and various types of general equipment are also included.