When you put the hard work in, the results will be there to show it. This is certainly the case for a Durban water plant, and Pulse Control Systems client. On the 27th of June 2018, this plant was awarded with the prestigious Amanzi Award, given by the Water Institute of Southern Africa.
This plant is one of the largest in the country and estimated to supply 600 000 consumers with drinking water. Being given this achievement means that all these individuals are receiving water that is not only safe to drink but world class in terms of its quality. With bottled water seemingly taking over the market, it is a welcome site to see that large groups of people have access to drinkable tap water. The selection of this victory was made after an in depth judging process by experts in the field. This was conducted at the biennial conference of WISA, held from the 24th – 28th June 2018 at the Cape Town international convention center.
The other competitors vying for the prize were certainly worthy but in the end this location won largely because of their incredible management and staff. Other factors that went into the judgement process included operating efficiency, laboratory control and general appearance (to name a few). The regional manager of the plant was there to accept the award, and thanked the aforementioned workers for their dedication and skill. The speech included the statement that the plants superintendent and staff were setting the benchmark for other water utilities to follow.
Pulse Control Systems is incredibly proud of this plant for their achievement and feel this is proof of hard work paying off. Pulse continues to provide this location with the very best in process instrumentation services and products, and looks forward to doing so for many years to come.
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