[LISTEN] Nafasi water on desalination and rehabilitating our water supply
Aveng water has been decoupled from the Aveng Group of companies and rebranded as Nafasi water.
Nafasi Water, which has expertise in acid mine and desalination, is owned and led by CEO Suzie Nkambule who joined Joanne Joseph on the Afternoon Drive.
She explains the process of desalination, the treatment of acid mine water and what more should be done in South Africa.
It is possible to turn toxic acid mine drainage into portable water and we have been doing it for the last decade and a bit longer for the major miners.Suzie Nkambule, CEO - Nafasi Water
There is technology you can apply and it is a variation of desalination technology.. it is there, it is mature.Suzie Nkambule, CEO - Nafasi Water
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