Our approach to managing contaminated water combines source control, migration control, and water treatment. Source control includes characterizing the contaminant source and assessing methods for reducing or eliminating the release. Migration control involves installing physical or hydraulic barrier systems that limit movement of contaminated water. And water treatment covers a range of on-site and off-site remediation technologies.
We strive to provide cost-effective solutions for treating contaminated water without compromising productivity. Our teams of specialists include hydrogeologists, hydrologists, geochemists, hydrogeochemists, and environmental scientists who are supported by process and civil engineers.
During active mining and post closure, the control of water requires prudent site management to firstly minimise the generation of minewater and secondly to treat where necessary.Learn More
Arsenic is 20th most abundant element on Earth. Contamination of groundwater is widespread affecting many areas of the world including Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, Thailand and Chile.Learn More
Understanding groundwater flow in fractured rock is a complex task.Learn More
The Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality (BCMM) in East London, SA, faces strong demand for residential development in the Quinera area south of the N2 highway.Learn More
Mine project Feasibility Studies (FS) usually require the involvement of various consultancies and process design companies where cooperation between the involved parties is critical to the success of the study.Learn More
It is becoming increasingly important for mines to stay up-to-date with the latest monitoring technology to ensure water resources are monitored efficiently on site, both from a water management point of view and from a compliance and legislative point of view.Learn More