Utility measurement requirements : SASOL 1 site as case study
Vosser, Johannes Jacobus
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Clean water has become a scarce and pricey commodity. Companies, governments and the public are realising more and more the importance of efficient and effective water use and the conservation of South Africa’s natural water resources. Governments are implementing conservation and usage laws while companies are trying to get as much use out of their water while staying within the law. This dissertation focusses on the potable water measuring and billing practices taking place on the SASOL 1 site. A field study, interviews and questionnaires were used to gather the relevant data which was subsequently compiled into a Stakeholder Requirement Statement. The latter is a description of the ideal system that would meet all the requirements for measuring potable water and billing customers on the SASOL 1 site.
- Engineering