General Steps

 

  • Sample testing of current state of water (Inflow and Outflow of the Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW), as well as upstream and downstream from the effluent release points)
  • The shock treatment with BioSol SL36, and continuous addition thereof.
  • Sample testing of current state of water treated with BioSol SL36
  • Comparison between the previous state of the water quality and the current state.
  • Determine stakeholders such as industries
  • Remove invasive water plants and do general maintenance on the terrain and access roads
  • Construct new canals to maximise the retention period of the waste water in the plant
  • Install BioCore SL10 Jet Mixers for effective aeration (if needed) and assist the BioSol SL36 to reach optimal levels of digestion and subsequent biochemical remediation.
  • Offer training for personnel on site to improve their skills in operating the plant, as well as reporting on it
  • Ensure that proper water analysis procedures are in place, and that the water is analysed regularly, records kept of the results and gets reported on
  • Ensure that a system is in place to comply to Section 39 of the National Water Act, 1998 (Act No. 36 of 1998)
  • Rehabilitate the run-off into the river, ensuring quality effluent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pro-active Measures

 

By initiating pro-active measures, the following results are inevitable:

 

  • Cost savings due to pro-active actions and maintenance
  • Positive environmental impact
  • Regulated pollution in general
  • Reduction in potential health issues
  • Reduce rate of overflow from surrounded businesses
  • Better quality plant and river water

 

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WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS REHABILITATION

(Mechanical-, Semi-Mechanical and Waste Stabilisation Ponds)