QFS OPENS EASTERN CAPE BRANCH

QFS OPENS EASTERN CAPE BRANCH

QFS OPENS EASTERN CAPE BRANCH   The tremendous need for water treatment services in the Eastern Cape has prompted QFS to open a branch in the area. “The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted that the provision of safe water, sanitation and hygienic conditions is...
PROJECT MANAGEMENT – the key to service delivery

PROJECT MANAGEMENT – the key to service delivery

South Africa is a water-scarce country and the management of its water sources as well as related supply and treatment infrastructure will always be a critical priority. By Leslie van Zyl-Smit* The recent drought conditions experienced in large parts of South Africa...
FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African, During my visit to the Waterberg last week to launch the District Development Model, I spent time talking to people in the villages around Lephalale, at the Medupi power station and to business people in the town. They all raised access to...
Sunday Times Letters to the Editor

Sunday Times Letters to the Editor

Sunday Times Letter to the Editor Dear Editor I write as a concerned citizen and water specialist in response to the op-ed by Makhosini Mgitywa, 22 September (We are facing a water crisis that can and will be averted). Like the author, I believe water will be the most...
Desalination Project awarded to QFS

Desalination Project awarded to QFS

QFS have secured the contract to provide an emergency desalination plant for the Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa.   The desalination plant will address the increasing water demands of the City of Cape Town region. The...
RAW WATER TREATMENT

RAW WATER TREATMENT

Panel Discussion on Raw Water Treatment, Water & Sanitation Africa Magazine – May/June 2017   What are some of the biggest challenges in raw water treatment to potable standards? HS Conventional technologies, in some cases, are not sufficient to produce...