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Water Treatment for Mines

The Vital Role of Water Treatment Solutions for Mines Despite being responsible for less than five per cent of South Africa’s water consumption, the mining industry is, by its very nature, one of the country’s biggest polluters of this vital resource. Nevertheless, our modern society has become equally dependent on...
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Desalination and Water Treatment

More Desalination and Water Treatment Plants are Crucial for Survival While world leaders are meeting to pledge ways in which they intend to limit global warming, many countries are already experiencing the effects of climate change. These include bush fires, droughts, rapidly melting glaciers, and shrinking coastlines. In the meantime,...
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Waste Water Treatment South Africa

Waste Water Treatment Options in South Africa In common with other industrialised nations, South Africa produces vast quantities of waste water that requires extensive treatment to recover and render reusable. However, the southernmost tip of our continent is a predominately semi-arid region in which droughts are a common occurrence. Consequently, the need for strict conservation is...
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Desalination Plant

Desalination Plants Could Halt the Growing Water Crisis In the wake of incidents such as the “Day Zero” drought that saw Cape Town’s taps almost run dry, even the most ardent naysayers will find it hard to deny the world is facing a severe water crisis. As nations have become...
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Agricultural Water Filter System

The Crucial Role of an Agricultural Water Filter System A common mistake among the general public is to separate farming from other industries, like mining and manufacturing, labelling the latter as responsible for most water consumption. In practice, statistics show that the nation’s farms consume around 65% of South Africa’s...
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Primary Treatment of Wastewater

Steps in the Primary Treatment Of Wastewater Once the earth’s natural water cycle could no longer meet the demands of its burgeoning population, humans were forced to devise methods to recycle water artificially. In practice, most of that we use to shower, flush toilets, clean our clothes and power innumerable...
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Food and Beverage Water Treatment

Water Treatment in the Food and Beverage Industry While the liquid we draw from our taps must comply with agreed standards of purity, the levels required by some industries are often much higher. For example, the food and beverage industry needs water treatment procedures to guarantee both product quality and...
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Commercial Water Purification Systems

An Overview of Commercial Water Purification Systems Apart from being one of the vital requirements for all forms of life on our planet, the simple molecule formed by combining two atoms of hydrogen with one atom of oxygen plays a crucial role in many aspects of daily life. Both at...
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Agricultural Water Treatment Systems

The Nature and Purpose of Agricultural Water Treatment Systems Contrary to popular opinion, it is farming and not the mining industry that is the biggest consumer of the world’s water, accounting for a massive 62 per cent of South Africa’s total usage. By comparison, all other industries combined consume around...
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Mining Water Treatment

The Usage and Treatment of Water in the Mining Industry Few industries have more potential to damage the environment than mineral exploitation. Many of the processes essential to this industry employ and subsequently contaminate vast quantities of water. Unless suitably treated, the effluent from mines can have severe consequences if...
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