In accordance with the government’s pronouncement of the nation-wide lockdown, all of ERWAT’s Water Care Works (WCWs) remain operational during this period.
The water sector is classified under essential services, meaning that ERWAT could keep our physical premises (plants) open. In view of the regulations by Government regarding Level 5 and 4 of the lockdown, the company implemented a work-from-home strategy for office staff to help ‘flatten the curve’ of coronavirus infections.
The Scientific Services Department (Laboratory) works on a reduced staff complement and rotates staff members to deliver services.
During this period, stakeholders and suppliers are requested to make necessary arrangements when coming to the office to ensure that someone is available to assist.
ERWAT will once again be exhibiting at the African Utility Week Conference and Exhibition from 12 to 14 May 2020 at the CTICC in Cape Town. The African Utility Week (AUW) is the leading conference and trade exhibition for African power, energy and water professionals.
You are invited to visit ERWAT at stand number E25 where we can discuss our services and possible solutions to your water problems.
ERWAT once again exhibited at the African Mining Indaba Conference and Exhibition from 3 to 6 February 2020 in Cape Town. The African Mining Indaba is the world’s largest mining investment conference, dedicated to the capitalisation and development of mining in Africa.
As ERWAT offers water solutions to the mining industry through its Commercial Business wing, it presented the company with a good opportunity to network and to share the company’s expertise and solutions.
Interview by SA FM 104 with ERWAT’s Managing Director, Mr Tumelo Gopane.
Mining News Editor Mpinane Senkhane speaks to Mr Tumelo Gopane, Managing Director, ERWAT, about the company’s plans to enter the mining industry. ERWAT will now assist mines with their water issues including water reclamation, re-treatment and recycling.
Managing Director of the East Rand Water Care Company Mr Tumelo Gopane, chats about the value of using waste water as a potable water source, the need for leak detection, metering and the escalating cost of water.
The Ba1/Aa3.za global and national scale long-term issuer ratings of East Rand Water Care Company (ERWAT) reflect its close financial and operational links with its support provider, Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (Baa3/Aaa.za), which guaranteed 92% [...]
National Water Week is celebrated across the country every year to ensure that everyone has access to safe water by 2030 while endeavouring to protect the environment. This year’s theme is: “Water for All”. National [...]