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Eastgate Shopping Centre harvests rainwater to boost sustainability

IN a step that sets an example for South Africa as a water-scarce country, Eastgate Shopping Centre has contracted Concor to install a rain harvesting and water treatment facility.  This will also...

Care for SA’s groundwater should be growing focus for Water Week 

As South Africa celebrates National Water Week from 20-26 March this year, it is important to recognise the country’s growing reliance on groundwater – and how we must improve our management...

Improving water quality ensures success of broiler business

CHICKENS are sensitive to changes in food and water quality. This is why a broiler farmer in Leandra, Mpumalanga, has managed to improve poultry mortality rates simply through addressing water quality. “Through...

IPR’s dewatering plan saves the day at iron ore mine

When flooding at an iron ore mine in South Africa’s Northern Cape province meant it could no longer access the floor of one of its pits, it called in IPR for...

Groundwater the saviour we need to take care of

NEARLY two-thirds of South Africa depends solely or partially on groundwater for domestic needs, and in a water-stressed country this source is becoming increasingly important. But, we need to use it...

Cape Town’s groundwater plan targets ‘impossible’

Key partners in the extraction of groundwater to augment the City of Cape Town's water supply believe that the city's current 100 million litres per day target is impossible. Speaking...

How groundwater can help – not solve – city’s water shortage

As the end of summer finds Cape Town’s water supply in a precarious state, there are options for making relatively quick and expanded use of local groundwater resources – while acknowledging...

Understanding effective groundwater control

Unless there is effective groundwater control, even the best run sites could become hindered by expensive and challenging problems. This will not only cause programme delays but could also have an...

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