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#BizTrends2018: Recycling of wastewater is the key to water security

January 12th, 2018 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “#BizTrends2018: Recycling of wastewater is the key to water security”

Could it be that recycling the water we have is the key to water availability relief for the Cape region – as opposed to imposing increasingly stricter and potentially unviable water usage restrictions as well as costly desalination? Previously, the costs of the infrastructure required have proven prohibitive – but modular plant designs using biological, environmentally friendly treatment methods are changing the game.

#BizTrends 2017: Water recycling, re-use and sustainability

January 12th, 2017 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “#BizTrends 2017: Water recycling, re-use and sustainability”

Stats SA indicated in 2013 that 90.8% of South African households have piped water to their dwellings. On 18 November 2015, Zandile Mathe of the Department of Water and Sanitation indicated that 30% (248) municipal waste water treatment plants are in critical state. This indicates that although SA has made huge leaps in provision of clean water, there is still a significant amount of untreated sewage contaminating our water courses.

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SewTreat Featured in Go!Platteland Magazine

December 15th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “SewTreat Featured in Go!Platteland Magazine”

SewTreat Featured in the Summer 2017 edition of Go!Platteland Magazine.

 

From grey to green

SewTreat is an ecofriendly solution for homeowners who’d like to treat every drop of grey water for use in the garden with peace of mind. This system, which could cut your water bill by up to 50%, can be installed above or below ground – the underground system looks better, but the excavations and engineering would cost more.

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SewTreat Featured in SABI Magazine

December 12th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “SewTreat Featured in SABI Magazine”

SewTreat Featured in the December 2016 edition of SABI Magazine

A leading manufacturer of PVC and HDPE water reticulation and drainage pipe and fitting systems, DPI Plastics is a key supporter of AMWN’s activities related to reducing marine waste and debris threatening South Africa’s coastlines and marine life.

The AMWN was launched in July 2016 by the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST), Plastics SA and other partners in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape. The network is the first dedicated approach to address marine waste at a pan-African level.

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SewTreat Featured in Engineering News Magazine

November 24th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “SewTreat Featured in Engineering News Magazine”

SewTreat Featured in the 25 November 2016 edition of Engineering News Magazine

Using technology in sustainable wastewater treatment, combined with the
creation of its own bacterial strains developed in-house, South Africa-based biological wastewater treatment solutions provider SewTreat can respond to the demand for water management across sectors.
SewTreat spokesperson Theunis Coetzer points out that the company offers specialised, modular biological wastewater treatment plant products that are tailor-made for the South African and African market.

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SewTreat Featured on the Cover of Footprint Limited magazine!

November 17th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “SewTreat Featured on the Cover of Footprint Limited magazine!”

SewTreat’s innovative wastewater treatment solutions for homeowners was featured as the cover story for the Sept/Oct 2016 edition of Footprint Limited.

By making use of the latest advancements in sustainable wastewater treatment combined with the creation of their own bacterial strains developed in-house, SewTreat is able to answer the needs of lodges in remote areas with efficient, affordable and eco-friendly wastewater treatment solutions.

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#FutureIsGreen: Eco-friendly wastewater can revolutionise SA hotel industry

November 7th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “#FutureIsGreen: Eco-friendly wastewater can revolutionise SA hotel industry”

The hospitality industry in SA has, in many instances, led the way for green initiatives and sustainable practice across the globe. While our young, emerging economy is mainly to thank for this, it’s also due to the inventive and responsible business ideas coming from South African entrepreneurs. Despite what responsible tourism and hospitality mean for the South African economy, it is also critically important for the well-being of our planet – an issue South Africa has clearly prioritised.

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Onsite Wastewater Treatment

October 28th, 2016 Posted by SewTreat in the News 0 thoughts on “Onsite Wastewater Treatment”

SewTreat to Provide Eco-Friendly Innovations in Onsite Wastewater Treatment

By making use of the latest advancements in sustainable wastewater treatment combined with the creation of their own bacterial strains developed in-house, SewTreat are able to answer the needs of industrial, construction and mining operations with efficient, affordable and eco-friendly waste water treatment solutions.

SewTreat is a proudly South African company offering specialized, modular biological waste water treatment plant designs tailor-made for the South African and African market. Their approach is based on return activated sludge technology incorporating submersed aeration media. This enhanced bacterial action ensures a highly effective treatment process boasting a very low carbon footprint, minimal capital input and low maintenance requirements.