G.E.S ANSWER TO THESE PROBLEMS
TECHNOLOGY USED BY GES
ADVANTAGES OF THE GES PLANTS
SOLID HANDLING AND SCREENING
FIRST PHASE
SECOND PHASE
THIRD PHASE- Aerobic Digestion
FOURTH PHASE - Final Settling
FIFTH PHASE - Sterilise / Dis-infection
In the fifth and final phase the final effluent is prepared for final discharge. The effluent is dis-infected or sterilised to prevent any dangerous or harmful bacteria to enter our natural water resources.
COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFICATION AS SET OUT BY THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND FORESTRY (DWAF)

GES have worked together with the Department of Water and Forestry (DWAF) on a number of waste water treatment plants. These plants include domestic effluent as well as industrial effluent. DWAF accept our system as being efficient as well as environmentally friendly. We encourag~ clients to re-use their treated water for irrigation purposes, thus reducing the usage of potable water for irrigation. This will save money as well as preserving water, South Africa's precious commodity. An added bonus to the above is that no fertiliser is needed for gardens or grass. All of Mother Nature's nutrients are present in the treated effluent and no chemical fertiliser is needed.
IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT
CLOSING
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS