Category - Water


Malawi SRB and Intaka Tech Collaboration

Intaka Tech successfully completed the first installation phase of a 56.5 m3/hr water purification plant at the Lichenza Dam in the Thyolo district of Malawi. The project was executed in conjunction with the Southern Region Water Board of Malawi to provide portable drinking water to the new Malawi University of Science and Technology located in …


Intaka Tech completes the first three Water Treatment Stations for the Gabonese Government

South-South Cooperation is a term historically used to describe the exchange of resources, technology, and knowledge between developing countries, also known as countries of the Global South. Intaka Tech, located in South Africa, is proud to be part of this South-South Cooperation principle, which shows that African countries, such as Gabon, are looking at African …


Bakoumba Water Treatment Station, Gabon

After 18 years of semi-drought, the village residents are welcoming the efforts made by the highest hierarchy of the country, who have just realised the promise that they made. The precious water harnessed at the Miaghassa river was received at a new-generation station ordered from South Africa. An experimental project has been applied at Pana, …


Intaka Tech WPP Installed at Jozini Dam in Kwa Zulu Natal

One of Intaka’s twenty Water Treatment Plant model WPP050, sold to the Department of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affair, was recently installed at the foot of the Jozini (Pongolapoort) Dam. The plant will serve as an interim potable water solution while Government completes a much larger water scheme in the area. Once this larger scheme …


Intaka Tech completes Gabon electrical and maintenance installation

On the 27th November Intaka embarked on a trip to Gabon to complete the mechanical and electrical installations on 3 plants supplied to the Gabonese government. Intaka’s 3 man team, consisting of Stefan Oosthuizen (HOD of Water), Ricardo Burns (Quality Control Manager) and Nazeem Rylands (Technician) travelled to the specified sites which are approximately 730km …

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