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Water Engineering & Management

    The climate emergency is happening Now – Wake Up says Institute of Risk Management

    The Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA) has expressed deep concern over the natural disasters in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape, warning that these risks will only worsen without real...

    Water and sanitation crisis – 2. Huge knock on effects to local manufacturing

    Elsewhere in this issue the Editor discusses the crisis in water and sanitation and the possibility that a change of policy and individuals at the top may finally put the country...

    Problem with lime-scale in our water

    SCALE, which is initially made up of Calcium and Magnesium crystals that have come out of solution in the water flow, due to pressure or temperature changes is a problem encountered...

    Water and sanitation crisis 1 – some green shoots?

    Following the recent Water Summit held in Midrand, CBN Editor Robin Hayes discusses some positive outcomes with Benoit Le Roy, founder and CEO of the South African Water Chamber NPC. “THE appointment...

    A ‘greener’ way to clean wastewater treatment filters

    Specific nanoparticles are better than other methods at breaking down common contaminants. MEMBRANE filters don’t require much energy to purify water, making them popular for wastewater treatment. To keep these materials in...

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    Western Cape remains an attractive destination for foreign direct investment

    Global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows recovered to US$1.58 trillion in 2021, up from US$963 billion recorded in 2020 and higher than pre-pandemic...

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