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MENA-Water has developed a compact treatment system using MBR technology which converts wastewater into a clear and high quality water for safe irrigation and other certain reuses.

The MBR “plug n play” package plant comes pre-assembled as a containerized system (ISO sizes) making it easy for transportation, fast delivery and start-up.

For more details please contact: +971 6 5575507
Email: [email protected]

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Don´t miss our international Webinar about “Decentralised Applications for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants” webinar scheduled on Tuesday 27th of April. Our specialist will explain how other considerations such as remote monitoring, control and security now make decentralised plants an attractive cost effective alternative that should be considered during the selection process.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

• Why Decentralised Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants
• Range of Options & Applications plus Monitoring, Control & Security Considerations
• Advantages of Package Plants for Decentralisation
• Outline Design Criteria, Sizing Options & Special Features for MENA-Water Package Plants
• Optimised Solution Examples and Global Case Studies

MENA-Water is an engineering and manufacturing company which is a member of the HUBER Technology Group. We specialize in providing innovative solutions and services in the fields of water and wastewater treatment.

Please register in advance:

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The Stellenbosch WWTW site is located in Stellenbosch in the Western Cape Province, and falls under the Stellenbosch Mun...

The Stellenbosch WWTW site is located in Stellenbosch in the Western Cape Province, and falls under the Stellenbosch Municipality’s jurisdiction. The Stellenbosch WWTP is the largest of the WWTP in the Stellenbosch Municipality. The Stellenbosch Municipality has accordingly decided to upgrade and expand the existing Works, in order to improve the quality of treated effluent released into the Veldwachters River, a tributary of the Eerste River, and to increase the average dry weather sewage treatment capacity of the WWTW to ± 35 Mℓ/day to cater for existing and future growth within the catchment area. The ultimate capacity of the Works will eventually be 35 Ml/day (average dry weather flow) and will be a full biological nutrient removal facility allowing for nitrogen and phosphate removal.
The new inlet works was constructed and set into operation early 2018 . The inlet works consists initially of coarse front raked screens, 6 mm rotating drum screens, vortex degritters and grit washing classifiers.
During the initial operation of the plant it was noted that the drum screens could not operate as per design.
Huber was approached for a solution and after assessment of the hydraulic design, we recommend our Escamax belt screens as the most suitable solution.
Three Escamax screens were supplied to replace the failing drum screens and fully commissioned in August with successful operation since June this year.
The Escamax screens are the first belt type of screens being in operation in South Africa and the machines are running without any problems.

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Steinhoff Industrial Park, PW Botha Blvd,

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Monday 07:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 17:00
Thursday 07:30 - 17:00
Friday 07:30 - 17:00




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