Environmental Leadership

In this day and age, we are finding more and more ways to make life easier and simpler. We like to be entertained and we are constantly on the move. Everything from cars, Ipods, cell phones to computers, houses and clothes are made to make our lifestyle easier, quicker and enjoyable. We become so absorbed in this superficiality that we become ignorant of the consequences of obtaining all these materialistic things. We become oblivious to the effect our items and our way of living has on the environment. It is time to take a stand and become knowledgeable about the earth we live on. Our earth is a precious thing and we must do what we can to protect it. Each and every one of us can begin to take a lead on how to live an environmentally friendly life while encouraging others to follow.


Simple things can make a huge difference. Use a car that doesn’t need much fuel or runs so that it doesn’t produce carbon effects. Better yet, begin to walk to places or catch public transport to reduce pollution. Start buying clothes that are recyclable and made from natural products. Buy books that use recycled paper. Construct Green buildings, such as normal houses, banks and even Green Casinos. Change to energy efficient light bulbs or use alternative energy to produce electricity and hot water. Use solar panels to heat up your water and your house. Use a compost heap to rid of your waste. There are many ways to be environmentally friendly and it will not only benefit the environment, but you as well.

Take the time to source websites that encourage living well through helping the environment. Alternate energy shows you diverse ways to use natural energy such as renewable, non-renewable and new energy to produce electricity. Clean Air Trust offers facts and information regarding emissions, air pollution, alternative fuel and conservation.It is important to start contributing to our earth as it sustains our lifestyles and gives us the opportunity to live. If we do not take the steps now, future generations will not be blessed with what we take advantage of.


Our team of scientists, engineers and researchers are committed to providing leading edge solutions and are equipped with specialist skills and comprehensive testing and research facilities. Geo is able to deal with all aspects of management and reuse of saline impaired waters and deliver tailored, sustainable solutions for the issues related to saline waste management, cleaner production and recovery of values from saline streams.
We provide cost-effective alternatives to existing Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) processes to reduce costs, improve the operation and minimise environmental footprint.

Our services include:

Consulting services for sustainable salinity solutions and best available processing technologies for productive use of saline impaired water.
Conduct of R&D projects either on a collaborative or contractual basis.
We also offer manufactured Saline Effluent to Products Conversion (SEPCON) facilities which can be fabricated in various sizes and configurations, either fixed or portable, to meet site-specific requirements. By products from SEPCON plants offer significant return on investment and offer opportunities for those wishing to invest in Green technologies and Eco-Products.
Our products and services are provided as part of your salinity and saline water management schemes. We promote the use of cost-effective ZLD processes in dealing with saline waste from industrial, agricultural, municipal and natural resource utilisation activities.

Our products and services are applicable to the following key industry and community sectors:

Building and construction
Coal bed methane gas production
Coal mining and coal washeries
Coal power stations
Desalination processes
Farming and irrigation
Fertilizers, chemicals and pharmaceuticals production facilities
Food, pulp/paper and textile and other light production industries
Land reclamation and acid drainage control
Mining and mineral processing
Municipal effluent management
Oil & gas production
Water and wastewater authorities
We invest in developing and commercialising innovative saline water treatment technologies. We actively promote the productive use of saline impaired water as a resource. We have proved how this can be done.