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SEWTREAT’s Impact: Raising the Bar in Sustainable Water Management

SEWTREAT has earned its place in the spotlight, garnering nominations and accolades that underscore its pioneering role in the commercial sector. Notably, SEWTREAT has been nominated for the prestigious CEBA (Controlled Environment Building Association) Built by the Best Awards and has received recognition in the Construction World. Furthermore, SEWTREAT has been selected as the most …

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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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#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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