Resotec Water, being primarily an organisation that deals and has its focus on water issues in Africa and around the globe, has taken upon itself to be equipped to conduct, on a commercial and all round general sense, water infrastructure audits. The Benefits are quite obvious, considering how fundamental water is to life. The process, in brief, that Resotec Water has adopted in order to carry out this very necessary task includes steps such as:
Assessing the Water Use Inventory, developing an understanding of exactly how and where the facility uses water. To do this, an Inventory of all water use points in the facility with flow rates is developed.
Metering, Readings from master meters will provide an indication of how a facility compares to other facilities, or uses water in general.
Review Maintenance Practices, Preventive maintenance programs have long been recognized as effective tools for improving system performance while reducing overall operating costs.
Formulation of a Water Efficiency Plan, Once information has been gathered on how water is being used in the facility; an action plan can be established for reducing & conserving water.
The obvious benefits of conducting water infrastructure audits are realised in the use of the results collected during the process. The benefits of design planning & auditing, fall within the scope of future plan formulation to compliment the current water systems. General infrastructure is built to allow and compliment the system expansion and maintenance for a prolonged efficient and effective plan of action. Rehabilitation of particular systems are forecasted and planned for before any unexpected incidents cause a halt or interruption in service provision.
Resotec Water has invested time in training professionals to possess the technical knowledge required to consult, evaluate and advise, toward positive methods of designing & planning systems that would and/or will compliment future expansion and maintenance of lasting efficient systems. All this to align the rest of the water industry, with the same goal of providing for as far as the unforeseeable future, a sustainable and eco-friendly pure drinking water solution for the world’s population.