Water Scarcity in Drought

The Western Cape drought is today’s reality and approaching #DayZero for a major city such as Cape Town is of concern to every one of us.

In order to assist with the alleviation of the effect the drought is having on the manufacturing, tourism and municipal sectors we have compiled a list of some of the solutions we can rapidly deploy to help the Western, Eastern and Northern Cape residents.

 

Municipal and Industrial Solutions are available, as well as solutions especially suited to the Tourism and Real Estate development sectors.

YOU ARE A MUNICIPALITY

For municipalities we can supply both seawater desalination and brackish water desalination.

 => Coastal communities can desalinate nearby seawater to provide drinking water to the community.

 => Inland Communities can treat Borehole or available groundwater to provide potable water to residents.

 => Communities can become self-sufficient in the production of drinking water.

 => Portable and mobile water treatment plants can be used to treat surface water to drinking water quality that is SANS 241-compliant.

YOU ARE IN INDUSTRY

 => We can help you continue operations by treating borehole water or seawater to produce the process water quality you require.

 => By reusing and recycling wastewater, you can limit your dependence on the municipal water supply. This saves money and prevents interruptions to operations due to lack of water. 

 => On-site water treatment can ensure availability of process water for your facilities and provide drinking water for your staff on-site

YOU ARE IN REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT OR IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

 => Packaged plants for the provision of drinking water to your customers/residents can be deployed to purify available surface water, and groundwater sources

 => Lodges, Estates and Developments can become water-independent from the municipal water supply with the provision of packaged plants for drinking water production, as well as sewage treatment for remote sites and independent developments.

Koeberg Responds To Water Shortages By Launching A Desalination Plant

Manufactured By Veolia Water Technologies South Africa

Wednesday, 14 February 2018Eskom’s Koeberg nuclear power station has today launched a mobile groundwater desalination plant, which will take care of the station’s water needs, thus easing the pressure on the City of Cape Town’s water supply. 

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