The Department of Environmental Affairs hosted a women empowerment dialogue in August in celebration of Women’s Month and the achievements of the Working for Water Programme.
A wide range of human and natural processes affect the biological, chemical and physical characteristics of water and impact water quality.
Opportunities for innovation in water treatment systems.
KROHNE has developed Waterflux – an electromagnetic flow meter for applications in the field of water and wastewater. Designed for custody transfer according to European Directive MI-001, its measuring accuracy reflects the most recent specifications of the ISO/EN, MI-001 and OIML standards, lying within legal requirements with a ratio of 400 between Q1 and Q3.
New research may revolutionise seawater desalination.
The availability of fresh water is dwindling in many parts of the world – a problem that is continuously intensifying, especially in developing countries.
Clean-up and Recycle Week will be held on 16 to 21 September.
What role does the water-food-energy nexus play in Africa’s economy? Water 360 investigates.
A study by the Water Research Commission found that existing water treatment systems often fail due to poor maintenance, a lack of skilled operations and a lack of capacity.