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SMARTSAN  Mark II

 

  • SMARTSAN Mark II is a proudly developed and manufactured South African product.
  • In South Africa, SMARTSAN Mark II, has been installed and has been in operation in  North West, Limpopo, Free State, Kwazulu Natal, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Namibia.
  • SMARTSAN Mark II is a sewer water recycling system unit made of Low Linier Density Polyethylene, UV Stabilised, Virgin Material which is manufactured a factory located in  George, Western Cape, South Africa.

 


  • Government housing projects and GAP housing
  • Densely populated informal settlements
  • Rural areas, because of the difficulty in installing water-borne sewerage due to topographic factors, or to distances between villages
  • Rural schools, which lack infra-structure
  • Farming communities, for the same reason
  • Camp sites, including holiday sites 
  • Disaster management 

 

 

 


  • Is a combination of a biological anaerobic/aerobic process combined with a nano filtration system. 
  • The specifically designed Nano filtration system, ensures 100% removal of all dissolved contaminants, such as Nitrates, Nitrites and Phosphates in the filtered water.
  • The disinfection properties of the Nano filter, ensures destruction of all pathogens in the filtered water.
  • The unique cap filter in the ventilation system, ensures removal of all possible odours.
  • The recycle of the toilet flush water ensures flush waterborne sanitation, without municipal water connection to the toilet cistern
  • Cistern supply tank, connect to roof gutter, to accommodate rain water.
  • Independent from external power supply.
  • Very low maintenance required.


 


 


Benefits of the SMARTSAN Mark II

Create a dignified sanitation solution for all and supply communities’ access to flush toilets.

Totally environmental friendly: 

  • Limited additional pressure on scarce water resources
  • ZERO contamination of underground water resources
  • ZERO air pollution due to bad odours

Totally self-sustainable:

  • No additional pressure on overloaded power supply resources
  • No additional pressure on overloaded sewage infrastructure