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Packa-Ching expands national footprint with the launch of new buy-back recycling centres 

POLYCO, a producer-responsibility organisation (PRO) for the plastic industry, in collaboration with Border Kei Chamber of Business officially handed over a new static Packa-Ching buy-back recycling centre in Amalinda to Buffalo...

Separating wet waste from dry waste: A key to successful recycling

Do you know what happens to your waste after you've disposed of it? If not, you're not alone. The majority of people tend to toss everything into a single bin, a...

Pick ‘n Pay set to roll out more RVMs

By Sue Segar ON the back of the success of the reverse vending machines (RVMs) which the Pick ‘n Pay Group has set up on 11 sites in the Western Cape and...

Uptake of Coke’s 1,5 returnable PET bottles is growing

By Sue Segar MORE than 30 years ago, the Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages Company (CCPB)– a franchise bottler of the Coca-Cola Company which operates in the Western and Northern Cape – introduced a...

Big potential for glass recycling in SA

CRUSHING equipment specialist Pilot Crushtec has several products that are ideal for the recycling of glass. While many of the company’s overseas customers have recognised this and are using Pilot Crushtec...

Distell – closing the loop on waste

KHAYELITSHA is a poor Cape Town settlement where jobs are few and prospects are slim. But should that preclude it from entrepreneurial opportunity? In 2019, Distell, South African producer of wines, spirits,...

Future cities could be 3D printed – using concrete made with recycled glass

3D printed concrete may lead to a shift in architecture and construction. Because it can be used to produce new shapes and forms that current technologies struggle with, it may change...

Nampak Glass creates new opportunities for gas operations

Nampak Glass has commissioned a 1km-long high pressure underground pipeline, which feeds from the existing Sasol Gas Ltd.’s transmission network and ties into the newly constructed Nampak Pressure Reduction Station (PRS)...

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Cape Town has the ninth-worst traffic congestion in the world

By Larry Claasen The City of Cape Town will spend R444-million to relieve traffic congestion over the next three years. TRAFFIC congestion in Cape Town ranks...

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