Municipal

Environmentally and financially sustainable

Growing populations, ageing centralised government infrastructure and tighter environmental regulations coupled with an ever-diminishing supply of available fresh water is significantly reducing Municipalities capability to provide clean, safe potable water.

Anticor’s total water treatment solutions are empowering Municipalities around to reclaim, recover and re-source high quality potable and process water from wastewater, seawater, ground or surface water source.

Our mobile, scalable and automated water treatment plants are easy to transport and commission onsite, making them ideal for decentralised operations, seasonal demand or emergencies.​

Scaling to wide-ranging needs

From small to large scale, our plants reclaim and recover, high-grade water, making GTS Anticor the partner of choice for Municipalities.

Cutting edge technology

Proven to outperform conventional technology and competitors, Anticor’s combinations of industry-leading products, engineering ingenuity and in-depth industry know-how allow us to deliver smart, out-of-the-box solutions. Our patented and bespoke technology and purpose fit equipment mean we can meet the most demanding challenges, quickly and efficiently. Agility, high performance and added value are hallmarks of our commitment to continually employ the latest technologies.

Our smallest plants can be towed behind a utility vehicle, providing communities with a sustainable supply of safe clean water, whenever and wherever it’s needed integrated and Adaptable Power Options.

Turning wastewater into a valuable resource

From agriculture and mining to manufacturing, construction, power and energy, every type of industry in every business sector relies on water to some degree or another. With depleting freshwater sources and rising water requirements across the board, wastewater treatment is a smart, cost-effective and sustainable solution.

Modular and compact, Anticor’s wastewater treatment plants use membrane bioreactors that break down organic matter and separate solids from the treated water. This process eliminates the need for large settling ponds, dramatically decreases the plant’s footprint, increases water quality and improves performance and efficiencies.​

Tried and tested in the most demanding environments where operational efficiency and reliability is paramount and space a premium, our plants outperform on every level. These plants can also be combined with our modular Reverse Osmosis plants for a sustainable source of potable water.

Waste Stream Management

The separation of salts from freshwater in the desalination process results in concentrated brine. For most seawater applications, brine is simply returned to the sea where it is diluted and remixed. For inland desalination applications, brine either needs to be stored which is extremely costly and can be detrimental to the environment.

Anticor’s reliable, cost-effective and environmentally friendly management of brine and other waste streams provides innovative solutions to our clients waste management requirements.

Brine Concentration

Fitted with our proprietary desupersaturation modules, Anticor’s desalination plants achieve incredibly high freshwater recovery rates. As a result, a highly concentrated brine stream with significantly reduced volume can be stored in evaporation ponds or thermally processed to achieve Zero Liquid Discharge.

Zero Liquid Discharge

Anticor’s innovative freeze crystallisation technology in combination with high-temperature technologies and out-of-the-box solutions are used to achieve Zero Liquid Discharge, allowing pure or mixed salts to be efficiently and effectively extracted and where possible reused or sold.

Biomass to energy

Sewage sludge, which is usually disposed of in landfill sites, is biomass that can provide a useful source of energy. Anticor uses the most advanced technologies to harness this energy source, eliminate environmental hazards and reduce disposal costs. The produced energy is re-used to power the wastewater treatment process.