Emanti Management

One of the greatest challenges humankind is faced with is the effective management of our scarce water resources. Access to water is a prerequisite for all human activities and sustainable economic growth, with the provision of safe drinking water and associated sanitation services in particular having a significant impact on the health of communities.

Emanti Management is a young & expanding broad based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) water and environmental engineering company. Our focus lies in proactively assisting both the public and private sector in finding effective solutions to the water and environmental management responsibilities they face in their daily operations.

Our organization offers a consistent level of top quality service and unique personal attention from our well balanced team of highly skilled professionals. Using sector approved water quality management tools we provide holistic and effective water and environmental management solutions – putting our clients in control.

Emanti Management is a Level 2 contributor to B-BBEE 

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In the News

Linking Flood and Drought Data to Water Safety Planning:  Part 5
10 Dec 2018 - In the first part of blog 4 I briefly discussed how to describe and categorise hazards and hazardous events, as wells how to amend the ...  read more
Linking Flood and Drought Data to Water Safety Planning:  Part 4
07 Dec 2018 - In Part 3 of this blog series, I briefly discussed how to interpret the suggested datasets, and how to determine if climate conditions are ‘wetter’ ...  read more
Linking Flood and Drought Data to Water Safety Planning:  Part 3
03 Dec 2018 - In Part 2 of this blog series, I provided the criteria used to select datasets for analysis and incorporating into the Water Safety Planning. One ...  read more
Linking Flood and Drought Data to Water Safety Planning: Part 2
25 Sep 2018 - Datasets in the Flood and Drought PortalIn my previous blog, I briefly introduced the Flood and Drought Portal (http://www.flooddroughtmonitor.com/), and indicated that the portal has ...  read more
Linking Flood And Drought Data To Water Safety Planning: Part 1
01 Aug 2018 - Floods and droughts and their challengesFloods and droughts are naturally occurring disasters, that bring with them considerable challenges. These disasters can cause damage to farmer’s ...  read more
How much water does it take to...
To grow one kilogram of wheat needs 1300 litres of water - The Water Wheel September/October 2010
How much water does it take to...
To produce one litre of milk requires 1000 litres of water - The Water Wheel Sept/Oct 2010
What's on your mind?
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much - Helen Keller
How much water does it take to...
One kilogram of maize requires 900 litres of water - The Water Wheel Sept/Oct 2010
What's on your mind?
"Izandla ziyagenzana - People depend on one another, just like the mutual interdependence in the act of hand washing" Zulu parable
What's on your mind?
"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships" Michael Jordan
Your Water Footprint
Close the tap when shaving or brushing your teeth. You can save up to 45 liters of water!
What's on your mind?
"Ubukulu abubangwa - A man is judged by his actions, not his boasting" Xhosa saying
What's on your mind?
"Action is the foundational key to all success" Pablo Picasso
How much water does it take to...
It takes 4650 litres of water for one steak (300g) - The Water Wheel Sept/Oct 2010
How much water does it take to...
More than 140 litres of water goes into every cup of coffee - The Water Wheel September/October 2010
A dripping tap can waste up to 30 liters of water an hour, wasting 10 000 liters of water per year!

Contact Us

General Contact Details

Tel: +27 (0)21 8802932
Fax: +27 (0)86 5710609
Email: info@emanti.co.za

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