The feasibility study and detailed design for the rehabilitation and raising of the Nacala Dam required a multi-disciplinary team to undertake various aspects of the hydrology.
A 3420 m3 reinforced concrete tank was constructed to augment the existing contact tank, designed to accommodate an average dry weather flow of 260 Ml/d.
A bio-monitoring programme was implemented at eight study sites along the Crocodile River to monitor the aquatic ecosystems associated with the mining operations.
A bio-monitoring programme was implemented at selected wastewater treatment works within ERWAT's drainage districts to determine water quality.
An investigation to determine the potential impact of acid mine drainage on the aquatic invertebrate communities of ephemeral wetlands in three provinces across South Africa.
Address the backlog of unauthorised waste disposal facilities in South Africa. Phase 1 involved all non-landfill facilities and Phase 2 involved visiting all landfill sites.