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Water/Effluent treatment

Mosmart prides itself on being the “go to guys” when people can’t find solutions to their water problems.

The ability to cost effectively manipulate PH, remove heavy metals and sulphates and others is one of the cornerstones of our offering.


Mosmart has also found some unique solutions using a DAF system in conjunction with our co-aggulants and flocculants, to remove organic material, proteins, fats and oils from the food and animal industry, which has set us apart from our competitors.


Mosmart has the ability to offer a customer a chemical only solution. This has many benefits over Companies offering solutions using a pressure vessel with a membrane. These systems tend to be very expensive and have a brine stream, which can cause as many negative issues as the original effluent water.


In many cases our offering can add capacity to an existing plant without too much Capex. The sewerage industry in SA is a perfect example where infrastructure is in dire need of maintenance or a complete upgrade. This is very expensive. By simple modifications to these plants and a small monthly spend on chemicals, the capacity can be dramatically enhanced.

Initial trials were conducted successfully at Daspoort Sewerage Waste Water Treatment Plant in Pretoria, South Africa. Testing was then continued at ERWAT (East Rand Water) in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.














Photo 1+2: Settlement test: Sewerage Waste Water treated with Aqua-Split @ dosages of
0.025% – 0.05% vs. control after 60 seconds and after 120 seconds where settlement starts to occur (control settled +/- 36hrs). The last photograph shows the reduction in Ecoli counts with our treatment after 1 hour,














ERWAT is commonly considered to be the waste water authority in South Africa and many of the smaller waste water plants in SA regularly send samples to ERWAT for analysis to calibrate their own water testing accuracies amongst other.



Three sets of two water samples each as delivered to Clean Stream Environmental Consultants (CSEC) were analysed by Waterlab (Pty) Ltd. The results of these analyses are shown in the certificate of analyses dated 16 August 2012 with report number 36270. It is assumed that the three sets of samples represent industrial process water types before and after treatment and each set of results are discussed below.


The Mosmart treatment results, when comparing Test 1 Before with Test 1 After, appear to be remarkable and very significant for the coal mining industry where acid mine drainage is a major problem. In conclusion, all three sets of treated water samples (After) show a marked and significant improvement in water quality when compared with the untreated (Before) samples.

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