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Rand Water is involved in a number of projects aimed at improving the administration and management of its various stakeholders.

To this end partnerships have been entered between the Water Cycle Management section and various municipalities within Rand Water’s area of supply.

The ultimate aim is to enable efficiency and as well as the sustainability of such for the stakeholders.

Below are the current partnership projects that were undertaken during the past year. 

1. Pipe Reinforcement: in Klipgat, Mabopane and Winterveldt

For the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

      Scope of Work:

The project entailed the installation of an additional 800 mm diameter steel pipe and associated structures to supplement potable water supply to Winterveldt due its formalization into RDP houses with individual erf connections and waterborne sanitation.

2. Water Cycle Management: in Kungwini - Ekandustria

For the Kungwini Local Municipality 

Scope of Work:

The project entailed the assessment of the current operations and practises, leak detection, replacement of water meters, development of appropriate policies and by-laws, etc

This would ultimately result in water saving as well as costs.

 

 

 

     3.Refurbishment project: in Thembisile -  Hani  Local Municipality

For the Thembisile Local Municipality

Scope of Work:

The project entailed the installation of bulk water meters, valve chambers, hydraulic modeling, bulk water assessments and refurbishment of the Tweefontein Waste water treatment works

Refurbishing of water supply systems prolongs the lifespan of infrastructure as well as sustains the quality of water supplied. 

  4.Hartebeespoort Dam Remediation  Programme

  For the Department of Water and Environmental Affairs (DWEA).   

      Project Location: Hartebeespoort Dam

       Scope of Work:

The project entails the establishment of biological processes and mechanical harvesting of biosmass i.e algae and hycinths (phase 1), and improvement of storm water management, protection and remediation of wetlands and reparian and in-stream river habitants (phase 2). The guiding principles of minimization and recycling are followed, which give effect to the implementation of National Water Resource Strategy.Ultimately provision is made for the framework to protect, develop, conserve and control the country’s water resources through an Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)5.DLG/RW/DWEA GAUTENG: in Various  Municipality’s in Gauteng Province 

For the Department of Local Government & Housing and DWEA -Gauteng

 

Scope of Work:

The scope work entailed the assessment of the existing water and sanitation infrastructure within identified Municipalities in Gauteng.

The goal is to ensure that the supply of potable quality water is uninterrupted and sustainable.

 

 

   

 

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 
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