Reverse Osmosis and Water Treatment in Nigeria
Nigeria is a country located on the western coast of Africa. The country has a diverse geography, with climates ranging from arid to humid equatorial. Kenya is a well drained country with a close network of rivers and streams. Some of which, particularly smaller ones are seasonal.
There are eight principal river water basins in Nigeria: the Benue, the Imo-Anambra, Delta and Cross Rivers, Hadejia-Chad, Sokoto-Rima, Niger, Owena and Ogun, and Osun Basins.
Nigeria’s main water sources are:
sea/ocean, beach well feed water source which can be treated using
Sea Water Reverse Osmosis Units
brackish/groundwater, bore-well feed water source which can be treated using Reverse Osmosis Systems, Multimedia Filters, Chemical Dosing, Ultra Violet Sterilizers
surface water from lakes, aquifers, wadi, rivers or fresh water wetlands which can be treated using Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Units, Surface Water Treatment, Multimedia Filtration
government water supply which often contains high level of hardness or chlorine can be treated using Water Treatment, Water Softeners, Multimedia Filters
wastewater/sewage discharged from municipal, building, towns and industries which can be treated into TS (treated sewage) water using Sewage Treatment Plant, Grey Water Treatment, Industrial Effluent Treatment
oily wastewater discharged from offshore rigs, marine, ships and car wash which can be treated as per government permitted discharge levels using Oil Water Separators, Coalescers, 3 Phase Separators
Al Kafaah manufactures water treatment systems in Nigeria that meet the World Health Organization (WHO) requirements.