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Newly installed system helps KZN factory recover 1.63 Mℓ of process water 03 Mar 2017
A 500 000 ℓ rainwater harvesting system was handed over to global healthcare company BSN Medical’s Pinetown factory, in KwaZulu-Natal, in January, helping the company to reduce its environmental impact and operational costs as part of its global green initiative
Increased awareness key to enhancing industrial water efficiency 03 Mar 2017
Increased awareness of the importance of water conservation and an enhanced sensitisation to practices that can facilitate it are some of the most effective means of eliciting a positive response to the drive to see that water efficiency practices are adopted in South Africa’s industrial settings, says National Cleaner Production Centre (NCPC-SA) KwaZulu-Natal regional manager Kevin Cilliers
Cape water restrictions to remain until dams reach 85% 03 Mar 2017
Cape Town – Water restrictions in the Western Cape will remain in place until dams have reached 85% of their capacity, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said on Thursday.
SA cities lose 37% of water supply through leaks 03 Mar 2017
Cape Town – The Western Cape government on Thursday revealed that 37% of South Africa's water supply is lost through leaks in cities.
'No indication' that Cape Town would face drought - city official 20 Feb 2017
Cape Town - The City of Cape Town postponed plans for addition water storage schemes as there was no indication that a severe drought was on its way, a city official said on Friday.
South Africa: Slight Improvement in Dam Levels 20 Feb 2017
The Department of Water and Sanitation says national water storage has shown a slight improvement this week in a number of the country's dams compared to last week.
Mokonyane gives thumbs-up as Eastern Basin plant treats 94 Mℓ/d of AMD 20 Feb 2017
SPRINGS (miningweekly.com) – Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has lauded the successes achieved at the Eastern Basin acid mine drainage (AMD) treatment plant, in Springs, in Gauteng.
Cape Town residents urged to use groundwater as drought continues 03 Feb 2017
The City of Cape Town has encouraged residents who use groundwater or boreholes, to do so responsibly.
Water scarcity dominates 6th World Sustainability Forum discussions 03 Feb 2017
Water scarcity has dominated discussions at the 6th World Sustainability Forum being held in Cape Town.
Dam levels effectively at 29.2% - City of Cape Town 31 Jan 2017
Cape Town – The City of Cape Town said in a statement on Monday that the amount of water it has access to is less than the dam levels reported because of the difficulty in extracting the last 10% of water in dams
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