South Africa
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Head Office Address

Physical Address:
S04 Modderfontein House,
Moddercrest Office Park,
High Street,
Modderfontein,
1609, South Africa

Postal Address:
PO Box 446,
ISANDO, 1600,
South Africa

Tel. +27 11 663 3600
Fax +27 11 608 4772

Email: Head Office 

Botswana Branch Office

Physical Address:
Unit 5, Plot 50629,
Mabeleapudi road,
Block 3 Industrial site,
Gaborone, Botswana

Postal Address:
P O Box 402102,
Gaborone, Botswana

Tel. +267 395 3888
Fax +267 397 4703

Email: Botswana Office

Namibian Branch Office

Physical Address:
15 Brahman Street
Northern Industrial Area
Windhoek, Namibia

Postal Address:
P O Box 20714
Windhoek, Namibia

Tel. +264 61 261 143
Fax +264 61 257 628

Email: Namibian Office

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa

Water treatment for the people, industry and environment

With innovative technology and specialised skills, we offer everything necessary to achieve water sustainability for people and industries.

As a single-source supplier, we have become the world's largest water services company by designing, constructing and operating plants in-house, and by helping our customers to realise maximum value from their water through efficient, effective and responsible water treatment solutions.

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Service, Value and Responsibility

With SVR, economic, health and environmental interests are now compatible.

This unique 3-dimensional approach to water treatment means turning what many consider waste into energy, providing low-cost water supply for industry, valuable substance recovery, and better environmental practices.

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Water treatment success

Case Studies of Innovative Design and Technology Applications

Mittal Steel South Africa, Vanderbijlpark

VWS South Africa designed a unique combination of technologies, tailor-made to ensure optimum efficiency, cost-effectiveness and the highest quality of water.

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Durban, eThekwini Water Services (EWS), KwaZulu-Natal

This VWS South Africa flagship plant treats domestic and industrial sewage and municipal wastewater to near potable standards for reuse.

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City of Cape Town, Bellville Wastewater Treatment Works, Western Cape

This project involved the upgrade of the Bellville Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) to treat an additional 20Mℓ/day of effluent per day.

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Mondi Business Paper, Richards Bay - Aquaflow MBP

VWS South Africa supplied the process design, basic engineering services, equipment, and detailed mechanical and piping designs uniquely-suited to Mondi's requirements.

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Bitou Municipality (Plettenberg Bay), Western Cape

VWS South Africa supplied a turnkey seawater desalination plant to produce 2 megalitres of potable water per day.

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Mossel Bay Municipality, Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW), Western Cape

VWS South Africa was contracted to design, build and commission a municipal wastewater treatment plant to upgrade and re-use treated effluent. Reclaimed water is sold to industrial clients.

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Mondi Business Paper, Richards Bay - Chloride Removal Plant

A chloride removal plant was needed due to elevated levels of chloride and potassium in the mill's recovery cycle.

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Shell and BP South African Petroleum Refineries (SAPREF), Durban

This SAPREF reverse osmosis plant was designed, constructed and commissioned by VWS South Africa.

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AngloGold Ashanti Project - Ghana

VWS South Africa completed an installation of the patented Actifloclarification plant - the first of its kind on the African continent.

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Locations Worldwide

Our Value Proposition

A global water treatment footprint

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa is the southern African subsidiary of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies. Our parent company falls under the Veolia Water division of Veolia Environnement, which is the world's largest water services company with more than 103.13 million people supplied drinking water, and more than 73.1 million supplied with wastewater treatment services across 6 continents.

  • 5 090 drinking water treatment plants
  • 3 380 sewage water treatment plants
  • More than 69 560 Veolia Water employees

A well-established history

A history spanning 160 years (est. 1853) and a presence in more than 70 countries has positioned Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies as a global water treatment pioneer. First-time innovations include a portfolio of over 350 proprietary technologies, including the Actiflo® high-rate clarification system, new-generation trickling filter technology,'zero carbon service' and various other water treatment technologies.

A single-source supplier

With a solid background in water treatment technology and plant design, construction, operation and maintenance, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies is truly a TOTAL water solutions company. From consumable products, such as membranes and chemicals, to process-specific and one-of-a-kind engineered water treatment systems, we offer everything necessary to treat water to desired standards as a single-source supplier.

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Water treatment for industry

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa is highly experienced in all industrial water treatment markets in sub-Saharan Africa. By combining intellectual property from the global Veolia Water network with Africa-specific application know-how, our industrial water treatment solutions ensure compliance with discharge standards, reclaim water for industrial re-use, or evaporate / crystallise process water for a zero liquid discharge status.

Water treatment for all

Whether for large or small-scale requirements, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa offers sewage and drinking water treatment options that facilitate greater population health, quality of life and water sustainability. With multiple water treatment plants currently operational throughout sub-Saharan Africa - and many more in the pipeline - we help local authorities to better manage the water infrastructure.