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Case Study – Distillery – Water Treatment Plant

Distillery Case Study – Distillery – Water Treatment Plant Problem Statement The client was in need of a new water treatment plant to increase the capacity and storage of high-quality water that they can use for their boilers and other utilities. The feed water source is the river adjacent to their property, which is not […]

Case Study – Effluent Treatment Plant 2KL/H

Food & Beverage Industry Effluent Treatment Plant 2KL/H Problem Statement Our client expanded with a new macadamia nut processing factory. The processing of Macadamia nuts generates an effluent which is high in oil, fatty nut fragments and shell fragments. This effluent does not meet discharge specifications and needs to be treated before disposal. Solution Watericon […]

Case Study – Chlorine Dioxide Plant

Food & Beverage Chlorine Dioxide Plant Problem Statement Our client’s existing disinfection system was proving to be unreliable and needed to be replaced. Solution Watericon provided 2x new chlorine dioxide generating systems to disinfect the water. Typical Plant Feed Water used for process and utilities free from bacteria. Process Chlorine dioxide gets generated via a […]

Case Study – Effluent Treatments & Recovery Plant – 40 KL/H

Food & Beverage Industry Effluent Treatments & Recovery Plant – 40 KL/H Problem Statement Our client is a leading Manufacturer of edible oils in South Africa. The edible oil manufacturing process produces large volumes of oil-contaminated wastewater which needs to be transported off-site for treatment since it poses serious environmental risks. Solution Watericon designed, built […]

Case Study – Chlorine Dioxide Plant

Food & Beverage Chlorine Dioxide Plant Problem Statement Our client installed a new canning line and their choice of sanitisation for the cooker/cooler and cooling tower water was ClO2. This was based on their sanitisation success with ClO2 at other plants in the group. Solution Sanitisation was effected via the installation of an automatic ClO2 […]