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May 2018

Western Cape Process Controllers Technical Workshop – Water Quality Analysis – 3 May 2018

3 May 2018 @ 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Faure Water Treatment Works, old main road Cape Town, Gauteng South Africa + Google Map

The Western Cape Process Controllers division are hosting a Technical Workshop on the latest developments in Water Quality Measurement Automation. The Workshop will follow the Division’s Annual General Meeting. The workshop will cover the following: Optimizing the control of your water treatment process with a reliable, non-contact measurement of turbidity. The continuous measurement of the concentration of chlorine dioxide, chlorine or ozone as a decisive tool for a safe disinfection of water. UV absorption measurement in raw water and after flocculation /…

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June 2018

WISA Mine Water Division, Chamber of Mines and Department of Water and Sanitation Capacity Building: Water Conservation and Water Demand Management

19 June 2018
Sibanye Stillwater Academy Central Campus, Libanon Business Park, 1 Hospital Street, Libanon, Westonaria, Gauteng 1780 South Africa + Google Map

South Africa’s water is a scarce, limited and hugely stressed resource, that is coupled to an increasing demand by various sectors such as mining, agriculture, power generation, industry & commercial and domestic. With limited additional water resources to be developed this necessitates the importance of managing the existing resource efficiently through implementation of Water Conservation and Water Demand Management (WC/WDM) initiatives and measures. WC/WDM is fundamental in promoting efficient, effective and sustainable use of water and is consistent with the…

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WISA 2018 Biennial Conference and Exhibition

24 June 2018 @ 2:00 PM - 27 June 2018 @ 5:00 PM
Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street Cape Town, Western Cape 8001 South Africa + Google Map

The central theme of “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas” seeks to address past, existing and future water resource challenges by promoting collaboration, cooperation and integration within the water sector. The Southern African region faces increased uncertainty and vulnerability regarding water supply. The following thematic areas for the conference seek to promote, inspire and demonstrate the value of working beyond existing mandates and perceived restrictions. While an emphasis is placed on Southern African case studies and research, international examples applicable to the…

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