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Talbot & Talbot partners with Thesele Group

South African water and wastewater solutions provider, Talbot & Talbot and Thesele Group a 100% black-owned investment holding company, have recently concluded a substantial equity transaction. The deal, which has seen Thesele acquire a 35%...

Improving safety through odour control

In line with a R187 million expansion project to improve the ageing infrastructure in Buffalo City Municipality, the Reeston Wastewater Treatment Works in East London has undergone an upgrade to increase its capacity to 12.5 Mℓ/day. As part of the...

Maintaining water quality

Process efficiencies depend on precise technologies that require real-time monitoring and scheduled maintenance. For applications like desalination and wastewater reuse, maintenance and continuous plant condition monitoring are of utmost importance...

Upgrade to Zandvliet WWTW to start in 2019

Work on the City of Cape Town’s R1.5 billion project to upgrade the Zandvliet Wastewater Treatment Works is expected to start in the first half of 2019. This comes after council approved most of the upgrade work last year. The project, which has...

DEWATS: bridging the sanitation gap

Approximately one quarter of South Africans lack access to safely managed sanitation. A Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Solution (DEWATS) can fill the gap between conventional and on-site sanitation, offering a more cost-effective and...