MABR Sewage Treatment Plant | 2 MLD


Project Summary

Smart City takes on significant importance as it addresses a pressing issue rooted in the history of apartheid in South Africa: environmental injustice. The legacy of apartheid has resulted in disparities in access to clean water and adequate waste water treatment, perpetuating inequality across communities. By tackling under-served waste water treatment, water shortages, and power challenges, this project aims to promote environmental justice and bridge the gap in access to essential services. Through the development of a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Sewer Treatment Plant (STP) and Watercare Centre of Excellence, it strives to provide equal access to clean water, reduce CO2 emissions, and foster sustainable development. President Ramaphosa’s reaffirmed vision of creating a smart city further complements this project, aiming to establish a symbol of post-apartheid era with advanced infrastructure, technological readiness, and green benchmarks. Together, these initiatives seek to rectify historical injustices, promote equitable development, and build a sustainable future for all.

EIA granted

Greater Master Plan approved

CIP Funded Project Commence

A Letter of Intent (LOI) is signed between the land-owner & SPV currently

“A new South African City driven solely by Smart technologies is taking shape in Lanseria, Gauteng” 
-President Cyril Ramaphosa

Building a Post-Apartheid Smart City

President Ramaphosa’s Vision

The project in question takes on significant importance as it addresses a pressing issue rooted in the history of apartheid in South Africa: environmental injustice. The legacy of apartheid has resulted in disparities in access to clean water and adequate waste water treatment, perpetuating inequality across communities. By tackling under-served waste water treatment, water shortages, and power challenges, this project aims to promote environmental justice and bridge the gap in access to essential services. Through the development of a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Sewer Treatment Plant (STP) and Watercare Centre of Excellence, it strives to provide equal access to clean water, reduce CO2 emissions, and foster sustainable development. President Ramaphosa’s reaffirmed vision of creating a smart city further complements this project, aiming to establish a symbol of post-apartheid era with advanced infrastructure, technological readiness, and green benchmarks. Together, these initiatives seek to rectify historical injustices, promote equitable development, and build a sustainable future for all.

Project Opportunity

The project opportunity at International Airport is significant and diverse, aiming to address the challenges of under-served wastewater treatment, water and power shortages in South Africa. The development of a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Sewer Treatment Plant (STP) and Watercare Centre of Excellence offers numerous advantages, such as more efficient energy usage, smaller civil footprint, high-quality effluent for water recovery and reuse, lower sludge production, bubble-less aeration, and reduced maintenance requirements. With its climate-focused treatment technology, the project aligns with sustainability goals, delivering efficient energy per unit treatment and minimizing the carbon footprint. Additionally, the compact space requirements enable lower levels of civil infrastructure, optimizing land use. The strategic urban planning for the Node and partnerships with institutions demonstrate the support and potential for successful funding and development. This project represents a significant opportunity to drive sustainable development, economic growth, and environmental stewardship in the region


Process

The wastewater treatment process consists of several key stages. Initially, the incoming water undergoes screening to remove particles, followed by buffering to maintain a constant feed to the system. To remove fats and solids, the wastewater is treated by a Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) unit. The heart of the treatment plant is the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) system, which utilizes silicone capillaries housing bacteria to biologically degrade the wastewater. The MABR system consists of submerged cassettes with fixed film bacteria that draw oxygen from the fibers, facilitating the degradation of sewage. Periodic scouring of the fibers ensures optimal film size and age. The treated water can be further upgraded through Ultrafiltration (UF) for reuse or used for irrigation purposes. Sludge de-watering is achieved through a SludgeMaster multi-plate screw press, with the resulting cake collected for disposal. Throughout the process, various measures such as UV treatment and chlorine dioxide dosing are implemented to ensure the quality and disinfection of the treated water.

Project Development:



Sustainable Development Goals:

Contribution

Addressing water shortage through efficient water re-use. Implementing sustainable wastewater treatment. Providing water to inhabitants and commercial spaces.

Contribution

Reducing power intensity and energy consumption. Contributing to CO2 emissions savings.

Contribution

Generating employment opportunities (4,500 jobs). Supporting local economic development and SMMEs.

Contribution

Developing a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Sewer Treatment Plant and Watercare Centre of Excellence. Promoting infrastructure for sustainable development.

Contribution

Establishing a Smart City in Lanseria. Optimizing residential, industrial, commercial, tourism, and entertainment sectors.

Please be informed that a substantial amount of information pertaining to this project is considered highly confidential. If you are interested in obtaining further details, we kindly request you to contact us at Info@nexusnovus.com for access.

SDGs:

SDGs:

Contribution

SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

Addressing water shortage through efficient water re-use. Implementing sustainable wastewater treatment. Providing water to inhabitants and commercial spaces.

SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

Reducing power intensity and energy consumption. Contributing to CO2 emissions savings.

SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Generating employment opportunities (4,500 jobs). Supporting local economic development and SMMEs.

SDG 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure

Developing a Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Sewer Treatment Plant and Watercare Centre of Excellence. Promoting infrastructure for sustainable development.

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Establishing a Smart City in Lanseria. Optimizing residential, industrial, commercial, tourism, and entertainment sectors.

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