Despite the notion by many, that water is a free and unlimited resource, water is actually becoming a scarce resource each passing day due to mismanagement and pollution of the few natural catchments in the country and by extension the whole world at large.
Therefore in our endless passion to develop sustainable safe water innovations, we have signed a collaboration agreement with Korean based Segi Environment Company Limited to promote research areas of waste water treatment. The collaboration agreement was signed by Africaqua Founder and C.E.O Mr. David Kuria together with Segi Environment Company’s Chairman Dr. Kh Yang and the Director of Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea Mr. Song Pyong-II.
Segi Environment Company Limited has played an active role on environmental business since 1989 and has finally invented the water disposal plant among other concepts.
Among the key waste water management innovations that are provided by Segi include The Floating Purifier that has proven very effective in removing layers of green algae and restrain algae outbreaks on still water collection points such as ponds, lakes and waste water collection points. By providing fine space and environment for vegetation through its hexagonal honeycomb, The Floating Purifier increases filtration efficiency when placed on still water surfaces.
Segi Environment Company Limited also provides a Fiber Filter that is impressively efficient in sewage treatment and disposal plants. The Fiber Filter is an efficient alternative in the filtration facility to replace membrane separation method.
Segi has also developed a state of the art YAN-SBW System (Titanium Bio Ball). A process to purify the waste water by exposing the bio filter in the air and by sprinkling the wastewater over the exposed bio filter through the use of pump and nozzle. This system is very convenient for purifying rivers and streams project.
In addition Segi provides indoor and outdoor air cleaners to tackle the menace of fine dust in the atmosphere.