Water innovation

The World Bank says the world faces an invisible water quality crisis that is eliminating one-third of potential economic growth in heavily polluted areas.
Two learners, Kiara Chetty and Calden Gounden, will represent South Africa in Stockholm at the Annual Stockholm Junior Youth Water Prize (SJWP) in August.
Over a period spanning more than two decades, the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden – have developed viable and innovative energy systems with a focus on effective...
In addition to the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa conference and exhibition, the organisers have secured tantalising technical site visits to add a third dimension to...
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: 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.
Exclusive interview with David Putterill, General Manager of Quality Beverages in Cape Town on the bottling plant's huge water savings.
In South Africa, the GreenCape and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) Innovations for Water Resilience Competition, saw seven water technology innovators battle it out for first prize...
Cape Town-based special purpose vehicle GreenCape, in partnership with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF), is running a water-saving competition with efforts to support local innovators. The Innovations for...