Imagine a water storage solution where you can store up to 3 260 000 litres of water in an aesthetically pleasing tank with the peace of mind that this tank has been engineer designed to the stringiest standards? Imagine no more!
Our Smart Tank Extreme is now able to store an effective capacity of 3 260kl and has been designed to the ANSI/AWWA D103-97 code of practice.
If you want to know more about this phenomenal solution please join our Aqua Live Streaming Smart Tank Extreme Expo on Thursday 16 July 2020 where Willie Palm will tell you all about it!
Willie will discuss the Smart Tank Extreme and show you how this exciting water storage solution will assist you to make a success of every water project you manage – now and in the future! The range of available sizes and configurations, as well as the specifications, features and benefits will be shared to assist you to make the best informed decisions for your water storage projects. Whether your application is calling for potable drinking water, irrigation water or throwing you any other interesting liquid challenges, join the Aqua Live Streaming Expo where you can have your curiosity satisfied and your technical queries answered.
You will be able to book your seat to join the live event by clicking the invitation above, but you will also be able to follow the live event on YouTube and FaceBook wherever you are. Of course the benefit of attending the Aqua Live Streaming Expo is that you can have all your questions answered on the spot.
If you missed the Aqua Live Expo livestream, don’t stress – you will also be able to go to YouTube and FaceBook and view the event after the fact at your leisure.
New Corporate Identity
You may have noticed that we have a brand new look and feel when you visit our website or any of our social media pages. This fresh new approach ushers in a dynamic new era for the company where we utilise every opportunity to bring you the best solution for your project in the shortest possible time. Make sure to follow and like us on your social media platform of choice, whether it is YouTube, FaceBook, LinkedIn or Pinterest.
Wikipedia describes Water Scarcity as the lack of fresh water resources to meet the standard water demand. Water scarcity can also be caused by droughts, lack of rainfall, or pollution. This was listed in 2019 by the World Economic Forum as one of the largest global risks in terms of potential impact over the next decade. Economic water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in infrastructure or technology to draw water from rivers, aquifers or other water sources, or lack of capacity (lack of knowledge or ability) to satisfy the demand for water.
In South Africa the problem that we face is twofold: Firstly, water infrastructure development has been lacklustre at best to supply the needs of our growing population and has not been keeping up with the growing demand. Secondly, the existing infrastructure has been neglected and not properly maintained which in itself is an unfathomable failure – the actual supply is therefore dwindling, and even if the population growth were to remain static this is creating a crisis in its own right.
These two factors should make one realise that a day zero scenario may become a reality for many South African cities very soon. The question is: do you have a plan in place yet to supply your own water needs so you won’t be wholly reliant on local government water supply? Maybe it is time to realise that we owe it to ourselves and our families to start with a plan before the crises hits. Dig the well before you need the water.
Stay safe during the month of July. We look forward to meeting you on our Aqua Live Streaming Expo’s.