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Alex Andjelkovic – Wilo South Africa

What role do pipes, pumps and valves play in infrastructure? AA A very important role in the larger infrastructure arena, as the demand for water and sewage transfer is highly important due to the large quantity thereof. Without pipes and valves...
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Focusing on the future

The water risks facing South Africa cannot be addressed by government alone. Collaborative partnerships between the public and private sectors, such as those entered into by Sasol, will be essential to address the risks facing us all, says Andries...
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Creating capacity

ERWAT’s construction of the large-scale sludge handling facility at the Waterval Wastewater Care Works has reached the final stages, according to Koos Wilken, ERWAT’s executive manager: Development, and project manager Sipho Mateza. The...
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Waste not, want not

The reuse of treated wastewater (as a resource for industry) should be playing a significant role in mitigating South Africa’s serious water shortages. John Holmes, CEO of NuWater, talks about the role of water treatment as a trusted source of...
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On the innovation path with NCRT

With a new MD (Phillip Hechter) on board, Tosas, a leading manufacturer and distributor of value-added bituminous products in South Africa, is refocusing its efforts on research and development. THE GROUP HAS positioned itself favourably to...
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The complete bitumen package

SprayPave forms an integral part of one of South Africa’s leading construction companies (Basil Read Holdings Group). Over 30 years it has become renowned for its dynamism as well as being an innovative and fully integrated industry leader. IN AN...
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Setting the standard

The construction of Cell 9 at the Holfontein H:H Disposal Site is the first commercial hazardous waste cell to be designed and constructed to the new Class A standards contained in the Draft National Standard for Disposal of Waste to Landfi ll,...
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Canaries to Crows

Are we missing something? Where I live we used to have many Indian Mynah birds. These birds seemed to be territorial and they protected their areas. They also seemed to breed at an incredible rate and there were always lots of them. From what I...