Commercial and Residential Developments
WEC Assist provides independent assessments, site inspections and audits for clients looking to optimise water usage, reuse and recycling in their commercial and residential developments.
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WEC Assist’s Reporting Process
Step 1 - Site audits to determine feasibility for water savings
Africa presents a challenge for water and sewage treatment plants. Lack of basic infrastructure for water and power; unreliable service delivery, lack of maintenance or expansion of aging systems; and communities with limited access to grid supply pose difficulties when designing solutions for water and wastewater treatment. In addition, the logistics and costs involved in delivery and installation further aggravate the situation faced by many communities on the continent.
Counting the number of toilets, showers, and taps
Locating any leakages
Suggestions for replacing point-of-use fittings
Step 2 - Proposing water-optimisation solutions
Back-up water systems
Step 3 - Providing water-saving solutions
Low-flow and flow-reduction fittings for toilets, taps and showers
Harvesting of air conditioner condensation
Drip irrigation systems to reduce irrigation water consumption
Smart metering for real-time water consumption and leak detection
At the back end of the water system, WEC Assist can determine the feasibility of recycling and treatment systems for grey and black water to standards from irrigation to potable; and rainwater harvesting including collection, storage and treatment.
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