If a Water Reticulation System was to be explained generally, this is basically the water distribution network and once the water has been collected and treated it needs to get to the consumer. Water is supplied today most commonly through an infrastructure of pipes. These pipes are most commonly constructed from plastic, metal (ferric) or concrete. Water is delivered by making use of the scientific principles of pressure and the energy created delivers the water to its destination.
The water delivery systems are mostly owned by local government and these networks are part of the planning when communities or municipalities set up residential areas. It requires design and planning and city planners, civil engineers and consultants (such as Resotec Water) are hired to work out all the details before crews install. Factors come into account like pipe size, location, future expansion, possible leakage, pressure factors and access for the fire department.
A water reticulation system is vital in getting water all the way from the source to the consumer. Working together with local governments/ municipalities, Resotec Water, plays a fundamental role, consulting on methods that ensure such systems work in the most beneficial way possible.
Apart from the net benefit of a good reticulation system which is to provide a reliable supply of water in adequate quantity and good quality, a good number of other benefits are met in the optimization of reticulation systems already in place and/or those yet to be implemented. Such include the cost benefit in protecting and prolonging the physical and economical investment placed in the setup of the fundamental service.
Resotec Water’s aims are aligned with the realisation of these benefits in order to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of a sustainable eco-friendly drinking & waste water solution for all those that the reticulation systems are meant to serve.