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Veolia South Africa supplied a turnkey seawater desalination plant to produce 2 megalitres of potable water per day.
Using underground water as a source, this plant produces 3m3/h of potable water.
In each of the four containers, potable water treatment occurs at a rate of 18m3/h.
This plug-and-play plant produces 20m3/h of potable water from an estuary feed.
This turnkey desalination plant supplies 10 megalitres of potable water to the Mossel Bay Municipality, and 5 megalitres of process water to PetroSA.
Veolia South Africa was consulted on the plant's water shortages, and recommended a series of additions to the Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).
Veolia South Africa supplied the process design, basic engineering services, equipment, and detailed mechanical and piping designs uniquely-suited to Mondi's requirements.
Veolia South Africa operates and maintains this facility that pre-treats 30 mega litres of mill effluent for final discharge per day. This system utilises clarification, sludge de-watering, and internal recycling key technologies.
This SAPREF reverse osmosis plant was designed, constructed and commissioned by Veolia South Africa.
This petrochemical water treatment project in Milnerton involved the design, construction and commissioning of an ultrafiltration plant, as well as a reverse osmosis desalination plant.