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Aqua Services and Engineering installs two largest trickling filter sewage treatment plants in Namibia

07-08-2017 - Windhoek, Namibia

Aqua Services and Engineering (ASE), the Namibian subsidiary of Veolia Water Technologies, has been sub-contracted to supply, install and commission mechanical and electrical works for two Greenfield sewage treatment plants (STP) in Helao Nafidi municipality, northern Namibia. The sewage treatment plants are designed to treat domestic sewage originating from the municipality’s amalgamated towns of Oshikango and Ohangwena. Treated water will be re-used for various irrigation projects.

On completion, the two plants will be the largest trickling filter sewage treatment plants built in Namibia to date. 

Veolia signs landmark B-BBEE deal with Ceracure

31-07-2017 - Johannesburg, South Africa

On 26 July, Veolia Water Technologies South Africa (Veolia) officially unveiled its new strategic partnership with Ceracure (Pty) Ltd (Ceracure). This landmark shareholding agreement strengthens the company’s compliance with new Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment regulations as a high level contributor, and demonstrates its continued commitment to local empowerment and transformation.

Veolia engineers four truck-mounted potable water treatment plants for the Kingdom of Lesotho

16-05-2017 - Sebenza, Gauteng, South Africa

Veolia Water Technologies South Africa (Veolia) was contracted to design and build four generator-powered, potable water treatment plants (WTP) which were mounted on the back of 4x4 trucks, a first for Veolia South Africa. Each mobile WTP has the capacity to treat 200 m³ of river water to potable standards per day, which will be used for distribution to communities in Lesotho, Southern Africa. 

Veolia showcases sustainable water treatment technologies at the 2017 United Nations World Water Day Summit.

09-05-2017 - Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Veolia Water Technologies South Africa was invited by the United Nations to showcase its innovative technologies that enable industrial and municipal water re-use and recovery, as well as host an onsite tour of its flagship water recycling plant at this year’s UN World Water Day Summit, held in Durban in March.

Veolia upgrades overloaded and outdated pump station in KZN

10-04-2017 - Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Veolia Water Technologies South Africa was recently contracted by the Newcastle Municipality to upgrade the Ncandu pump station in KwaZulu-Natal. The existing outdated pump station, situated five kilometres from the town, was unable to meet high sewage capacities, leaving the Municipality and downstream industrial businesses with an overloaded sewerage system. 

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