WISA 2022 Biennial Conference & Exhibition 

SANDTON CONVENTION CENTRE  The WISA Biennial Conference & Exhibition is the flagship event of the Southern Africa Water sector where regional and international water professionals get together to share their expertise, knowledge and find probable solutions to over ongoing water challenges.  MEB and FLUENCE are both global companies with 12 years experience in South Africa. A […]

Is Drought Simply the Absence or Shortage Of Rainfall?

Defining a drought is not that easy and it often depends on who you ask, the South African Weather Service explains on its website. Most would consider a drought as a period of unusually dry weather that persists long enough to cause issues such as crop loss and water supply interruptions. But because dry conditions […]

WEBINAR – MABR TECHNOLOGY

As communities face water supply challenges amidst continued population growth, urbanization, prolonged and severe droughts and climate change, water reuse is attracting increasing attention. MEB will be hosting a webinar, solution driven conversations are vital for the future of our country and moving towards a more sustainable way of living.

Relationship between Sludge Content and Disposal Strategies

The beneficiation of sludge is encouraged through the South African Wastewater Sludge Guidelines to ensure sustainable sludge management. However, not all the sludge produced in South Africa is of such quality that it can be used beneficially, which leaves disposal as the only feasible option.

Marine life: South African bays polluted

Sewage treatment, also known as domestic wastewater treatment or municipal wastewater treatment – is any water that deteriorates in quality through anthropogenic influence and comprises of liquid waste discharged by communities, businesses, industry, and/or agriculture, and can come with a wide range of potential problems.

Climate Change and Drought Resilience

An integrated wastewater treatment system by MEB help generate millions of cubes of reclaimed water per day. Expanding water reuse practices and customising or upgrading water treatment plants to accommodate population growth, urbanisation and persistent drought are the main solutions that will eliminate pollution and contamination of distribution systems and waterways.