At AECI Water it is not about WHAT we do as a Business, it is about WHY we do Business and we are a Business with Purpose, striving towards Water and Food Security solutions on the African Continent.
Access to fresh water has been repeatedly identified as a key condition for economic and social development. As such, the uncontrolled use of a limited resource by water intensive industries takes on a special significance.
AECI Water offers comprehensive solutions to Public Sector, Industrial Sector and Mining Sector with a main focus on Water Security.
Through our global technology partnerships and extensive local resources, AECI Water is able to offer the most comprehensive range of chemical and decentralised equipment solutions and services available, helping our Customers optimise their water use and resolve process challenges across industries, mining and the public water sector alike. AECI Water offers various business models for water treatment plants of all sizes, ranging from traditional once of CAPEX builds to Build, Operate, Maintain and Supply agreements where water is supplied at an agreed quality, volume and price per cubic meter (OPEX model). This de-risks operations and enables customers to focus on their core competencies. AECI WATER re-focussed their business and offerings to uplift the lives and standards of the communities and economy. AECI WATER seeks to collaboratively resolve the grand water challenges and in return assure greater water and food security and equipment integrity by delivering packaged water solutions based on their diverse experience and world-class solutions.
“AECI aims to resolve the significant challenges in water and food security by being the catalyst in the transformation to a thriving African ecosystem.”
AECI is aware of numerous attempts by a fraudster(s), operating under the name Philip Sanders, to open an account and apply for credit with various third party suppliers, purportedly in the name of AECI Limited (“AECI” or the “Company”).
As part of this scheme, the perpetrator(s) attach to emails forged ID documents of Company Board members, financial statements, a bank cheque, and other fraudulent supporting documents.
AECI is aware of at least one third party that has suffered losses as a result.
The fraudulent activity was reported to the SAPS some time ago and is under investigation.