Newsletter Articles

A collection of recent articles that have appeared in our newsletter.

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Veolia’s AQUAVISTA™ lowers costs, improves reliability

04-12-2019 | 2019

Increasing scarcity of fresh water sources, combined with limited availability of capital outlay for new plants and infrastructure – especially in the municipal sector – is intensifying requirements for the water and wastewater industry to do more with less.

Veolia helps keep water treatment plants maintain performance with end-to-end services

04-12-2019 | 2019

Maintaining and servicing water treatment plants adequately is critical in lowering overall cost of ownership and ensuring maximum, consistent performance. 

Water treatment plant upgrade for Mozambique bottling plant

04-12-2019 | 2019

Veolia recently commissioned a new water treatment plant for Refrigerantes Spar Mozambique Lda, a bottling plant contracted to bottle Coca-Cola and other soft drink products in Mozambique. 

Water reuse schemes offer win/win investment opportunities for public-private partners

04-12-2019 | 2019

In the water and wastewater treatment industry, proven technologies are demonstrating a strong business case for bulk water reuse. Government needs to attract private sector funding to meet its water and sanitation infrastructure development requirements. Heavy water consumers, in turn, can benefit from the lower price of recycled water. 

Designing resilience: Veolia helps shape the city of the future

04-12-2019 | 2019

Rapid urbanisation, increasing environmental pressures and the finite nature of our resources are placing growing importance on the need to make cities more ‘resilient’. To achieve this, we requires an efficient, agile, smart and sustainable supporting infrastructure. Around the world, the Veolia Group is working with cities and businesses to enhance resilience through a more circular economic approach to development.

Veolia Water Technologies supplies water purification for Port Elizabeth based pharmaceutical plant

04-12-2019 | 2019

Pharmaceutical manufacturers require process water that meets strict standards of purity. Through a range of packaged water purification systems, Veolia helps pharmaceutical companies meet compliance with all regulations with a cost-effective, efficient and reliable supply of water. Such a plant was recently supplied to Aspen Pharmacare’s SVP2 plant expansion in Korsten, Port Elizabeth. 

Veolia supplies Trickling Filter technology to Mpumalanga’s Ngwenya Lodge

04-12-2019 | 2019

Veolia Water Technologies South Africa supplied a 400 m³/day civil-based sewage treatment plant which utilises trickling filter technology to treat sewage water at the Ngwenya Lodge in Komatipoort, Mpumalanga. 

Reducing the footprint of industrial users

17-09-2019 | 2019

Increasing industrial water use, combined with a general lack of water reuse initiatives is forcing us to rethink the role of water in industrial applications, as South Africa contemplates an increasingly uncertain future of water security. This, according to Chris Braybrooke, General Manager Marketing, Veolia Water Technologies South Africa.

What does the sewage sludge treatment plant of the future look like? It’s already here.

17-09-2019 | 2019

Today, the technology exists to build sewage treatment plants that are 100% water and energy autonomous. This is demonstrated at the Veolia-built and operated T PARK sludge treatment facility in Hong Kong. 

The technologies of the circular economy: Anaerobic digestion

17-09-2019 | 2019

The circular economy needs a commercially viable technology base capable of transforming and reprocessing our waste into usable products and resources. One such tried-and-tested technology family in the sewage and effluent treatment space is anaerobic digestion.

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