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First water plant treatment christened

First water plant treatment christened

Sereni Tech Sierra Leone Limited and Nirosoft Industry Limited in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources Sunday 30th introduced the first water plant treatment in Sierra Leone at a ceremony held at the Atlantic Beach Bar and Restaurant on Lumley beach. (Photo: portable water treatment unit)

In his statement, the Chairman who is also the Country Director JHR, Stephen Douglas said his company provides solution to issues bordering on environment.

He said the tailor made system can reliably deliver high quality water to densely populated areas, remote communities and complex industrial sites.

He noted that the company is committed to supplying water wherever it is needed. Such, he said, includes the deploying emergency mobile water treatment in disaster areas using desalination to supply potable water treating and re-using waste water and producing demineralized water for industry.

He furthered that the project will benefit Government and society generally.

Giving his address, host Sereni Tech Etai Presenti said water is life and caters for about 87% in human body.

He said implementing effective water or waste water system involves a number of critical stages.

He noted however that when space is at a premium, containerized water and wastewater treatment units can provide a practical and cost effective solution.

The Vice President of Nirosoft, Etan Derry said his company has the experience to provide end-to-end services.

He added that Nirosoft develops tailor-made solutions for remote communities and urban populations, catering for the needs of both rural and city dwellers; transient and permanent mobile to containerized modular systems and full scale plants, he concluded.

A representative of the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources, Dr Joe Ben Davies, noted that as a Ministry they are interested and always ready to support good initiatives concerning water.

By Mary I. Kamara

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