MAK Water’s Services Now Part Of The Watering WA Initiative

April 19th, 2017 News
MAK Water’s Services Now Part Of The Watering WA Initiative

Regional communities can apply for up to $2 million in funding through Watering WA, a state government initiative led by the Department of Water. The initiative aims to assist communities in commencing new projects and achieving new standards in water management.

Blog: A Pristine 145 Kilometre River in The South Pacific Just Received Human Rights

Blog: A Pristine 145 Kilometre River in The South Pacific Just Received Human Rights

The Whanganui River in New Zealand’s north island has just been granted the same rights as a citizen. The river can now defend its wellbeing, while suggesting how its water is used. Through its guardians, the river can fight in court for these rights.

Blog: Wastewater Wrongly Named

Blog: Wastewater Wrongly Named

Water is the most important resource to humankind. In some form or another it is used and consumed by every living organism on the planet and is the backbone of life as we know it.

Water plays an important role in every home and business around the world.

First water treatment plants to Africa

January 12th, 2017 News
First water treatment plants to Africa

A small community located 200 kms West of Pemba, in Northern Mozambique, will shortly be supplied drinking/potable water and waste water treatment from MAK Water.

This is MAK Water’s first project in Africa, with several more opportunities being explored in the region.

Season’s Greetings from MAK Water

December 12th, 2016 News
Season’s Greetings from MAK Water

From all of us at MAK Water, thank you for your support. We wish you and your family every happiness this holiday season and throughout the coming year.

To thank you for your support this year, we have made a donation on behalf of our clients and suppliers to water.

Township Water Supply Improvement

November 10th, 2016 News
Township Water Supply Improvement

A performance review of the reverse osmosis plant providing municipal potable water to Yulara revealed membranes were degrading quickly due to silica scale build-up.

Yulara in the Northern Territory is a major tourist town and community in central Australia.

Brewery Waste Water Treatment

October 11th, 2016 News
Brewery Waste Water Treatment

Not satisfied with the existing waste water process, and faced with the possibility of trade waste license breaches, a trial for a Salsnes Fine Screen Filter was run.

A large food and beverage manufacturer approached MAK Water as they had increased production on multiple sites and their existing Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTPs) were not keeping up with the new demand.

Local Availability in Karratha

October 11th, 2016 News
Local Availability in Karratha

With a presence in every state across Australia, MAK Water also has a service office in Karratha designed to support our local clients in the Pilbara region.

MAK Water is an Australian privately owned company that specialises in water and wastewater treatment solutions.

Exclusive REKO Distribution Agreement

September 15th, 2016 News
Exclusive REKO Distribution Agreement

MAK Water has recently signed an exclusive distribution agreement with REKO Industrial Equipment for the sale and distribution of their products in Australia and New Zealand.

REKO, a Netherlands based screening technology and screw transport company, has over 50 years’ experience and hundreds of installations around the world.