Dam Dredging can restore the water capacity of dams
Amanzi Savers has a proposed solution to securing South Africa’s water supply. Besides building new dams and raising dams walls, we need to reclaim the lost water capacity of existing dams. This can be done through Dam Dredging.
Restoration dredging is a reasonable consideration. Dredging involves the use of a partially or fully submerged apparatus. The purpose of this apparatus is to gather sediment from the dam floor and dispose of it at a different location.
Let’s fix the existing water storage infrastructure
Amanzi Savers provides specialized dam dredging services on a mass scale. We can work on a scale as never experienced before in South Africa.
It makes sense to reclaim full advantage of dam infrastructure already in existence. We will use specialized dredging to restore dams to their former water storage capacity.
Amanzi Savers is a recent player as a BEE compliant company. But the management team consists of people who are experienced in dredging, engineering and the business scenes.
Amanzi Savers Management:
- Operations: André Ellis has about 30 years experience in dredging related operations all over Africa.
- Engineering: Andrew Henegan has 40 years experience as a Civil Engineer. He has worked in some of the largest civil engineering companies in South Africa. The Maguga Dam in Swaziland was his most noticeable involvement in a public works project.
- Business Development: Mpho Mudumela has vast and diverse experience in business operations. Combined with her skill in client relations this makes her the ideal for her role in this business.
Amanzi Savers uses specialized dam dredging equipment. Learn more about the equipment…