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Waste Water Explanation
Wastewater is any water that has been affected by human use. Definition: Waste water is “used water from any combination of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, surface runoff or storm water, and any sewer inflow or sewer infiltration” so says wikipedia…
Any time as a society that we create wastewater we need to think seriously about how we can re-use that water again. In a fast becoming dry country, South Africa has a huge and fast growing population with insufficient clean water resources.
Sewage waste exposed in a suburb in South Africa
The most common form of wastewater treatment is sewage treatment, although it certainly is not the only category. In all commercial and industrial processes copious amounts of water are used in cooling, washing, mixing and processing. In the past this treatment has been the responsibility of government but with the political changes and loss of skills, this responsibility is being off loaded on the population and business owners .
On this website we will discuss the most common methods of waste water treatment and water purification. We will study and compare the old methods of soakaways, (which are now banned in SA ), leachfields vs french drains and their successful construction, septic tanks & systems which form the basis of the majority of waste water treatment processes . We look at water purification and the elements such as limescale which can be a headache.
I am sure you will agree that an easy and safe solution to these problems is in every one’s interest. Easy Water Solutions (Pty) Ltd has a combined knowledge pool covering decades in all of these aspects and we will explain in easy to understand language what you , as a home or business owner can do to reduce waste water and to process it into a usable asset again. Once you understand these steps you will be better prepared to plan your potable water usage and subsequent post processing so as to be more self reliant in the future .
If we plan a little bit better how we are going to use this wonderful commodity, potable water, it will last much longer and cost a lot less.
An interesting point on water usage is that the average water usage in South Africa per person is 200 liters per day while in the UK it is just 80 liters
The video below will give you a graphic understanding of the waste water processes .
Don’t be put off by the big plants shown in the video. We have developed much smaller versions, which are equally effective and are recognised and certified as far a field as Europe, for which we have been issued CE Standardised Conformity. Why not turn your waste water into irrigation water?
Did you know that in South Africa you are billed 1.5x your water usage in your home for the same water???
Your local municipality taxes you on your potable water use and then again, as they often incorrectly assume the water will go down the toilet for them to have to reprocess.
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