Lepelle Northern Water is a regional water supplier in the South African province Limpopo and operates in its service area, in the north east of South Africa, 20 water supply networks and five treatment plants. At the Phalaborwa site water is extracted out of the Olifants river and treated both as drinking water for the community of Ba-Phalaborwa and as raw water for industrial use at the neighboring industrial complex. The current capacity of the plant in Phalaborwa is about 54.020 Ml per year, of which 27.740 Ml can be treated as drinking water. By contributing own resources (e.g. human resources, data, establishments) Lepelle Northern Water will cooperate closely with project partners and contribute to the implementation of the concepts especially of work package 3 (reservoir modelling), 4 (monitoring), 6 (operating and management concepts) and 10 (capacity development).