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Water Engineering & Management

Hennops River revival – a year in review

HENNOPS Revival exists because there is a massive vacuum in institutional arrangements for the wellbeing of our River A largely community driven organisation encouraging Active Citizens to help municipalities function better. Dysfunctional waste...

100 million litres / day water re-use project

"After 25 years of rigorous economic and environmental studies, technical research and planning, the Faure New Water Scheme (FNWS) was identified as the best opportunity for water reuse in Cape Town....

The link between power security and water

CALIFORNIA is currently on the edge of its seat during wildfire season. The U.S. state's vast forests, many clustered in its north, are notorious for their tinderbox conditions. High winds can...

You never miss a good thing ’till it’s gone – Cape Town dams at...

Just four Christmas’s ago, the Mother City was as dry as frequently sanitised hands. “Day Zero” was looming as dams sat empty at about 30%. We’re in the first week if January...

Testing the waters of wastewater

In the context of global warming, the development of unconventional water resources is becoming increasingly important, especially in African countries constantly affected by water challenges like access to clean drinking water. Globally,...

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New Cape Town initiative bolsters economic recovery

TO support local businesses across the board, from one-person SMMEs to corporates, a number of key public, private and NPO stakeholders are joining forces...

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