South Africa’s water resources are, in global terms, scarce and very limited – the average rainfall (450 mm per year) is well below the world average (of about 860 mm), evaporation is comparatively high, and not big or navigable rivers exist.

Many communities battle with water supply interruptions throughout South Africa. Lots of areas are impacted negatively with no alternatives or experienced technology partners. Water production interruptions or inadequate treatment of water and wastewater supplies can cause major waterborne disease outbreaks and other challenges.

Everyday humans dump plastics, medication, antibiotics, disinfection products, household chemicals and pesticides, and more into the ecosystems. Numerous compounds have been found in various marine life, such as anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics, which can induce antibiotic resistance in the many microorganisms that contaminate sea water through poorly treated sewage effluents.

Energy efficient and low-chemical water treatment, desalination and wastewater treatment are the best solutions that can pave the way to a sustainable future. We have entered the era of desalination and wastewater reuse, that is revolutionizing the way water is perceived.

Through more than a decade of experience in challenging environments, we have achieved unprecedented successes during all our projects. Have a talk with our professional team and find out more about the solutions we provide.