Kigali Bulk Water Supply Project

Construction on track for Kigali bulk water supply project

Construction of a new water facility known as Kigali Bulk Water Supply Project, is well under way in Rwanda and is on track for completion by 2020.
Water supply

Improving access to water through tech

Russell Dick, Chief Executive Officer at utility Systems, highlights how the adoption of tech can improve access to water.

Utilities, ICT and telecoms: ‘mutually exclusive’

AUTC interview: Utilities, ICT and telecoms - mutually exclusive
smart water solutions

Management solutions in the spotlight to ensure water security

Management solutions are being proposed in bids to ensure global water security and while promoting sustainable practices.
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Water saving strategies at Cape Town bottling plant

A Cape Town bottling plant has managed to reduce its waste water by over 60%, saving more than 90 million litres of municipal water since January 2017.

World Water Day on 22 March: “Leaving no one behind”

World Water Day on 22 March: A Cape Town bottling plant has managed to reduce its waste water by over 60%, saving more than 90 million litres of municipal water since January 2017.
zero tolerance

Op-Ed: The truth about a zero tolerance policy

Businesses take different approaches to alcohol zero tolerance in the workplace, while the OHS Act dictates many of the rules that businesses implement.
desalination

Desalination market growth in Africa on the rise, report

A recent study by Frost & Sullivan reveals that the African desalination market is now stabilising and investment in desalination is gaining traction.

Cape Town bottling plant’s huge water savings

Exclusive interview with David Putterill, General Manager of Quality Beverages in Cape Town on the bottling plant's huge water savings.
Kigali Bulk Water Supply Project

South Africa is set to commemorate National Water Week

The Department of Water and Sanitation is set to embark on its annual Water Month activities as the the country celebrates the UN's World Water Day on 22 March.

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