A change in municipal water management, from an operational point of view, on water service delivery and wastewater treatment, applies to a broader concept of sustainable water management and marks a shift for municipalities, which takes time to adopt and evolve with continuous innovation, improvement and monitoring.
Considering the existing, conservative coping mechanisms in times of climate variability and future projected climate change effects, water resource management has become of the main factor used to accelerate sustainability. Comprehensive municipal water resource management activities help governments achieve optimal drinking water quality and reporting.
Improving public water and wastewater systems, is a key factor perceived to assist with the implementation of appropriate drought adaptation strategies. The public sector lacks local capacity to effectively manage water resources and protect capital investments as well as running costs of most of the failing infrastructure.
Our experience in the management and implementation of innovative water and wastewater treatment systems for municipal water upgrades, has found that monitoring to be affected by operational inefficiencies among other oversight issues. Inconsistent data on the flow rate, chemical dosage and lack of water quality monitoring, all inhibit the effective management of municipal water infrastructure. One of the major constraints in managing water demand is the absence of well-designed and upgraded water infrastructure. South African water resources and supply are extremely stretched, hence there is a requirement to explore different alternative decentralized sources.
We pride ourselves with producing high quality safe drinking water, and have achieved this by integrating appropriate operational practices and robust water treatment packaged solutions. Let’s change the way you achieve your goals today, by implementing sustainable packaged water treatment solutions.