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Affordable On-site Water Treatment with new SewTreat Build-Own-Operate Model

Witbank, 13 August 2018: Local waste water treatment firm, SewTreat, announces the launch of the SewTreat Build-Own-Operate model. This model makes the installation and operation of an on-site waste water treatment solution more affordable for businesses of any size. SewTreat is now offering long-term, full-service Build-Own-Operate (B-O-O) contracts, a cost effective way for businesses, property developments, …

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#WaterCrisis: SewTreat Produces Unbelievable Water Savings for Cape Town’s One&Only Resort

Cape Town, 18 June 2018: SewTreat has completed the installation of a waste water treatment plant at the One&Only Cape Town that will result in a 40kl saving in municipal water per day. This translates to a phenomenal R114 000 per month reduction in water costs for the well-known V&A Waterfront hotel. Along with numerous water-saving …

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Recycling Waste Water the Key to Water Security

Witbank, 22 February 2018: 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 potential unviable water usage restrictions as well as costly desalination? SewTreat have put forward another option – the biological treatment and recycling of waste …

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#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, …

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Famed SA Attraction Benefits from SewTreat’s Sustainable Sanitation Technology

Witbank, 17 October 2017: The environmental footprint of world renowned tourist attraction, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes in Mpumalanga, has been taken to new level thanks to SewTreat’s supply of a biological waste water treatment plant for the Mpumalanga Tourism & Parks Agency. The existing septic tank system servicing the main reception and bathroom facilities at Bourke’s …

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