Water
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 15:14

Inaugural SAWEF Awards

Professor Kader Asmal and Dr Heinrich Badenhorst

Professor Kader Asmal was posthumously awarded the first SAWEF Order of Leadership by the Deputy Minister of Water Affairs, Rejoice Mabudafhasi, and SAWEF co-founder and noted environmentalist, Professor Anthony Turton. Also, Dr Heinrich Badenhorst of the University of Pretoria won the Nedbank SAWEF Scholarship for Water-Energy-Food Nexus Research.

 

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 15:11

Industry entrepreneurship encouraged

The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers’ Association (SAPPMA) recently held its 9th annual general meeting at the Bytes Conference Centre in Midrand.

Mark Ross was elected as chairman at the recent annual general meeting of the Small Wastewater Treatment Works Suppliers Association (SEWPACKSA), and past chairman Karl Juncker highlighted the significant accomplishments of the association since its inception in 2010.

Present challenges and future solutions in water treatment technologies.

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 15:06

Sustainably brewed

SurePure’s photo-purification technology demonstrates sustainable benefits to the brewing industry through its collaboration with SAB Miller.

PETCO, the PET Recycling Company (Pty) Ltd, will be hosting the European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organisation (EPRO) for their first general meeting to take place on African soil in Cape Town on 20 November 2013.

WATER 360 debunks the myths of bottled water – the fastest growing beverage category in the world.

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 15:01

Sectional steel water tank solutions

FAB Tanks manufactures sectional steel water tank solutions for all water storage requirements throughout Africa, including drinking water tanks for rural areas, low-cost housing developments, mining and fire protection projects, and farming and government installations.

South Africa is not well endowed with abundant freshwater resources. In fact, it is regarded as the 30th most water-scarce country in the world. Research and innovation have been a major factor in the quest to meet the increasing water demands of the ever-growing South African population.

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 14:58

Tapping into great savings

Cobra Watertech recently embarked on a resource-efficiency and cleaner production (RECP) programme with the National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA) that was highly successful.
RECP programme provides outstanding results

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