Water Institution of South Africa
The Water Institution of South Africa (WISA) is located in Randjespark, Midrand. WISA is a non-profit organisation which was formed in 1987. Because WISA is a non-profitable organisation, this means they solely use their own assets and funds to reach their vision and mission, this also means that none of their assets or funds are given to any other body or person.
WISA Vision: Inspiring passion for water.
WISA Mission: Aims to inspire every person in Southern Africa to have a passion for water so that we can ensure water is available for future generations.
The WISA logo represents the change in water, from polluted, dirty water to fresh and clean water. The WISA coat of arms was designed by a gentleman by the name of Robert Laing. The logo includes the Kingfisher as the main feature, the Kingfisher can be seen holding a fish in its mouth, representing a strong need for fresh and clean water resources. The motto “Aqua Vita Est” can be seen at the bottom of the logo, which translates to “Water is Life”. The black area, containing white spots represents polluted water with gas bubbles rising, a bridge is also found in the logo representing the process to the production of clean water.
African Pegmatite has been a member of the Water Institution of South Africa since 1996, supplying water filtration media for the removal of organic as well as inorganic solids, phosphates, metals and more.
Our products include:
- Activated Carbon
- Hydro Anthracite
To find out more about WISA and their role in thw water industry, follow the link: https://wisa.org.za/