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Infrastructure growth needs industry engagement

At AfriSam’s bi-annual National Budget post-analysis event, private and public sector leaders came together to review the current state of the economy and the outlook for construction. IMIESA speaks to Richard Tomes, sales and marketing executive, AfriSam, about...

The case for DAF

Dissolved air flotation is one of the most robust, versatile and widely used unit operations in the treatment of water worldwide. Johan Bieseman, managing director, AquaPlan, speaks to Water&Sanitation Africa about the benefits of this treatment technology. Why is...

Raising the benchmark in smart water metering

South Africa’s premier supplier of STS prepayment smart water meters is rolling out its new AquaFlow and AquaData solution to the local and international markets. It offers pre- and post-paid functionality. Established in 2001, Inzalo Utility Systems currently...

What is quality worth to you?

Huge sums of money are spent developing world-class geosynthetic materials, but often insufficient care is taken during the installation of these products. Construct 3 Technologies’ unique Geo-Q software provides complete control over the process, ensuring a quality...

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Water tanks in transit to municipalities across SA

In an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has commenced with the distribution of water tanks to municipalities across SA. National Spokesperson of DWS Sputnik Ratau stated that the Department of...
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Lockdown set to hit ‘struggling’ construction industry hard
Water tanks in transit to municipalities across SA

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Infrastructure growth needs industry engagement

At AfriSam’s bi-annual National Budget post-analysis event, private and public sector leaders came together to review the current state of the economy and the outlook for construction. IMIESA speaks to Richard Tomes, sales and marketing executive,...

IMIESA Cover Story

Raising the benchmark in smart water metering

South Africa’s premier supplier of STS prepayment smart water meters is rolling out its new AquaFlow and AquaData solution to the local and international markets. It offers pre- and post-paid functionality. Established in 2001, Inzalo Utility...

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Innovation drives Drakenstein PAT station

Deemed a first of its kind in South Africa, the Leliefontein Pump-As-Turbine Station in Drakenstein Municipality generates electricity while transferring water. Originally intended to be a booster station to supply water to Wellington during summer...

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Advancing infrastructure products by design

Developing durable and functional infrastructure products requires in-depth analysis and experience. It’s all in the detail and depends on cutting-edge technology. The Structa Group of companies manufactures and supplies a range of...
Infrastructure growth needs industry engagement
Raising the benchmark in smart water metering
Innovation drives Drakenstein PAT station
Advancing infrastructure products by design

ReSource Cover Story

What is quality worth to you?

Huge sums of money are spent developing world-class geosynthetic materials, but often insufficient care is taken during the installation of these products. Construct 3 Technologies’ unique Geo-Q software provides complete control over the process,...

ReSource Cover Story

Tshwane’s plans for a waste management revamp

South Africa’s waste management approach faces numerous challenges, particularly as environmentalists call for traditional waste processing measures to be done away with. Limited resources, population growth and poor infrastructure are increasingly...

ReSource Cover Story

Sinotruk builds the perfect waste truck for Africa

Overloading has become standard practice for much of the local waste collection industry. A new vehicle from Sinotruk has been designed with overloading in mind, overcoming the negative effects associated with this common practice. It is no secret...
What is quality worth to you?
Innovative solution diverts food and organic waste from landfill
Tshwane’s plans for a waste management revamp
Sinotruk builds the perfect waste truck for Africa

Water&Sanitation Africa Cover Story

The case for DAF

Dissolved air flotation is one of the most robust, versatile and widely used unit operations in the treatment of water worldwide. Johan Bieseman, managing director, AquaPlan, speaks to Water&Sanitation Africa about the benefits of this...

Water&Sanitation Africa Cover Story

Partnering for skills development

Mpho Mookapele, acting CEO of the EWSETA, and, notably, the overall winner of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Top 35-Under-35 2019 Competition, met with Water&Sanitation Africa to talk about the role the EWSETA plays in...

Water&Sanitation Africa Cover Story

The advantages of PVC-O pipelines

Lightweight and requiring no specialised skills to install, TOM® 500 PVC-O is ideally suited for community projects in addition to providing longer-term savings for water utilities. Sizabantu Piping Systems recently supplied the piping for the...
The case for DAF
Partnering for skills development
The advantages of PVC-O pipelines
SA consultant supervises construction of US$250 million Zambian water project