Veolia Water Technologies South Africa has just supplied Stellenbosch University’s Business School with a potable water treatment plant, as the University initiates its Drought Response Plan.
The containerised plant – part of Veolia’s locally manufactured standard products – abstracts and treats 150 m3/day of water drawn from a nearby quarry to potable standards, and was supplied on a two-year rental agreement to supplement the municipal bulk supply.
Manufactured at Veolia’s Water Techno Packages fabrication plant in Sebenza, Johannesburg, these plants include clarification, filtration, membrane technology and disinfection, all packaged within a robust steel container, and provide plug-and-play potable water treatment. Veolia also supplied storage tanks and distribution infrastructure.
In addition, Veolia will supply all necessary flocculants and polymers from its Hydrex™ range of water treatment chemicals, and carry out all operations and maintenance requirements for the period of the rental agreement.