Manage and monitor effective water and sanitation services and infra-structure

The water and sanitation sector is currently not financially sustainable. The sector sees aging infrastructure with new infrastructure continually being constructed, highly vulnerable municipalities, increased customer dissatisfaction, and inability to cover costs. A significant gap exists between funding needed versus funding available from both fiscal transfers and revenue. It is critically important that all sectors to have #AllHandsOnDeck to address maintenance, operation, optimisation, cost reflection and investment in infrastructure, skills, partnerships and models to improve and sustain water, wastewater and biosolids within the concept of a Circular Economy.


Sanitation in rural, small,urban areas
Water supply in rural, small urban areas
Maintenance & Asset Management
Energy management
Water services planning
Sludge Management
Biosolids and beneficial reuse
Anaerobic digestion
Biogas, co-digestion, co-generation
Reuse, recovery, recycling and reclamation
Water & waste management in Industry
Water & waste management in Mining
Treatment technologies
Process audits and optimisation
Biogas and methane
Climate Change
Risk management
Water Safety Planning
Public Private Partnerships
Instrumentation, control and automation in treatment processes
Antimicrobial Resistance
Emerging Contaminants and Pathogens
Blue Drop and Green Drop Certification
Regional and global solutions

SDG Link

3 – Good health and well being
6 – Clean water and sanitation
7 – Affordable and clean energy
9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure
11 – Sustainable cities and communities
12 – Responsible consumption & production
13 – Climate action