Physical Address: Holfontein Rd, Etwawa

The Daveyton works is located 5km from Daveyton town in the DD5 drainage district. Built in 1958, and upgraded several times over a period of time, the works is designed to treat 16 megalitres per day of raw sewage from the Daveyton and Etwatwa areas. Both biological filtration and activated sludge are employed as treatment processes.

A central inlet works, incorporating the process of screening and grit removal serves the plant. The effluent from the older biological filtration module is pumped to the activated sludge reactor basin. The activated sludge process includes a conventional BNR three stage reactor basin and final clarification. The final effluent is chlorinated before discharging it into the Blesbokspruit.

Capacity : 16.00 Mℓ/d