CASE STUDY

Frozen Food Processing Facility - South Africa

Problem to be solved:

Production of an effluent with high suspended solids content, intermittent COD non-compliance and a low pH. Discharge of the water may lead to fines if left untreated as well as load the downstream constrained municipal wastewater treatment infrastructure.

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Gold mine - Guinea

Problem to be solved:

Gold mine required 30 m3/h low TDS water for their operations. Feed water was unsuitable for direct use and required treatment.

CASE STUDY

Property developer - South Africa

Problem to be solved:

Property developers required a 10 m3/h disinfection plant to render feed water safe for drinking.

CASE STUDY

Religious institute - South Africa

Problem to be solved:

The community required treatment of 60 m3/d of borehole water for domestic purposes. The water was high in turbidity, nitrates and bacterial contamination. They system had to be built into and fully interfaced with existing infrastructure.

CASE STUDY

Copper mine - Democratic Republic of Congo

Problem to be solved:

Mine required borehole water treatment for domestic use. The following parameters are assumed to be outside of the drinking water standard (SANS 241), Suspended solids / Turbidity, Calcium and Magnesium

CASE STUDY

Switchgear Manufacturer - South Africa

Problem to be solved:

The client was using costly and hazardous solvents to clean machined parts if switchgear production. They were looking for an alternative, safer system to wash components.

CASE STUDY

Meat Processing Facility - Botswana

Problem to be solved:

The water source available to the client had a hardness in excess of 300 mg/L. The water is used in meat processing and the hardness affected both the quality of the end product, as well as the waer circuit infrastructure.