Treating wastewater requires some advanced technology. At WEC Projects, we use an aeration process in order to treat various forms of wastewater. In short, we add oxygen to the effluent to assist the bacteria in their work of biodegrading organic waste matter. WEC Projects is the exclusive Nereda® licensee in South Africa, and Nereda makes use of aerobic granular biomass. This article will discuss aerobic granular biomass as well as the process of activated sludge wastewater management.
WEC Projects, one of the leading EPC contractors in the water sector in South Africa has had many years to perfect one of their products that has proven to add massive value to municipal and mining clients.
Industrial markets have some of the most extensive requirements and regulations in regards to water usage, as well as wastewater purification.
During January, WEC Projects’ director – Wayne Taljaard – was lucky enough to receive an interview from Water & Sanitation Africa. Below are some of the questions and answers he provided to them about packaged plants.
Wastewater design & build contractors do more than simply offer advice, they follow guidelines in order to solve various issues experienced by the client.
The differences between sewage treatment plants and septic tanks are not as obvious as one might think because, in fact, they both dispose of waste responsibly.
Find out how food and beverage water treatment solutions can be tailored to meet the unique requirements of this sector with WEC Projects.
Mines are constantly trying to keep up with their water treatment demands. WEC looks at how to improve this using our various water treatment solutions.