EDT Reccontec is committed to the use of environmental, climate and resource-conserving processes in the fields of the utilisation, conversion and recovery of different raw waste materials by means of technical processes in the international environment.
The wastewater treatment is performed by three subsequent treatment stages. The effluent from domestic,
agricultural or industrial sources passes a preliminary treatment step where solids are separated out and chemical
treatment is applied if necessary. The secondary treatment consists of Biological Disks and Lamella Separators are
used for final clarification step. Optional advanced treatment can be applied.
The InnoClean PLUS system is a decentralised wastewater treatment system which naturally treats domestic wastewater prior to release in drywells or local waters / streams. InnoClean PLUS wastewater treatment systems treat domestic wastewater on a completely natural basis using the environmentally friendly SBR process (sequencial batch reactor)…
InnoClean Plus wastewater treatment systems. In remote rural areas in particular, houses are not always connected to the public sewer system. Polyethylene septic tanks are much more than just an alternative to concrete systems. Low transport costs, absolute water-tightness, durability and extreme fracture resistance are just a few of the advantages of the polyethylene material used.
The Inno-Clean+ system is a decentralised wastewater treatment system which naturally treats domestic wastewater prior to release in drywells or local waters / streams. Inno-Clean+ treat domestic wastewater on a completely natural basis using the environmentally friendly SBR process (sequential batch reactor)…
EuroDrain Technology wastewater treatment plants offer both below and above ground options. Designed according to the client’s requirements, the plants meet the local effluent specifications of the relevant country’s Water Affairs Departments.
Grandwest Hotel and Casino commissioned a water treatment plant on site that includes four groundwater wells and a treatment plant with iron removal, sand filtration, reverse osmosis and stripping capability to comfortably deliver up to 10 000 kilolitres per month.
Clarus Fusion ZF4000 recently installed at a public school in Oyster Bay, to treat the effluent from the ablution blocks. Clean effluent from the Fusion is flowing into a nearby river under approval of the Department of Environmental Affairs. Maskam Water’s premises in Brackenfell Industria was the venue for the launch of a highly innovative decentralised wastewater treatment system. The system could revolutionise the approach to providing dignified sanitation to disadvantaged and rural communities and save the country millions of litres of precious potable water by substituting treated water with recycled water for sanitation, industrial or irrigation use - all at a fraction of the cost.
The Zeekoevlei Nature Reserve on the Cape Flats is the home of the False Bay Ecology Park (FBEP) Environmental Centre and has a strict environmental protection policy pertaining to any construction works that occur in the area. When Sika was called on to assist with concrete repairs to the anaerobic digesters at the Cape Flats wastewater treatment works, the company was vigilant in ensuring there was no seepage or leakage into the environment and thus no incidents of chemical contamination in the nature reserve while the project was under way.