Build-Own-Operate model that ensure cost saving and secured water supply.
SewTreat offers long-term, full-service contracts with Build-Own-Operate (B-O-O) contracts – a cost effective way for you to benefit from SewTreat’s water recycling and treatment technology.
SewTreat will manufacture and install a treatment plant at no cost to you after which repayments are made for the plant over a 10 year period at a predetermined rate for every 1000L used – similar to the way in which you are billed for municipal water per KL used. SewTreat handles the complete construction and installation of the plant for you.
Water is becoming a very scarce commodity and water costs will keep on escalating!
South Africa is an arid country with unpredictable weather patterns and droughts are becoming more prevalent, severe and prolonged. This does not bode well for the future as more than 90% of the water resources are already allocated while the population is continually increasing. In addition to these challenges, municipal treatment plants are, in most cases, out-dated and under strain which means that water quality and quantity cannot be guaranteed.
To cut water costs and ensure a fixed, reliable quota and supply, SewTreat offers both biological and mechanical water treatment systems installed onsite to re-use and recycle effluent from nearly any source. This includes rivers, boreholes/wells, lakes, oceans, waste and industrial processes. We treat water from these sources to produce water for boiler feed, semi-conductor manufacture, food process, drinking purposes, industrial processes and other applications.
|Hotels||Black and grey water is collected, biologically treated and then mechanically filtered for re-use in cooling towers, irrigation and pools.|
|Housing Developments||Black and grey water is treated to irrigation or drinking water standard.|
|Mines||Treatment of sewage to process water.|
|Abattoirs||All effluent is collected for biological treatment and mechanical filtration and is then re-used for washing and cleaning purposes. The water is treated to drinking quality standards.|
|Schools||Black and grey water is treated for re-use for flushing toilets and irrigation. Effluent and waste water can also be treated to drinking quality standard.|
|Industries||Industrial effluent can be mechanically treated for re-use in processing.|