Companies
Geberit, as a pioneer and European market leader, is well known for its water-saving, advanced plumbing and sanitary technologies. From the time of its establishment in 1874, the company has always been a pioneer in the sector, consistently setting new trends and building a reputation for sustainability, innovation, quality and reliability.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
PowerPlastics Pool Covers
PowerPlastics Pool Covers are South Africa’s oldest specialist manufacturer of pool covers.
Rigifoam (Pty) Ltd
Rigifoam manufacturers of (discontinuous) polyurethane and polyisocyanurate block foam.
WSP
WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms.
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Pool covers could make a real difference to SA’s water outlook this summer

PowerPlastics point out that the implications of maintaining swimming pools during a drought still tend to be largely overlooked. By covering a pool, water evaporation is almost entirely prevented. During a long hot summer, the amount of water lost from an average pool is astounding...
today16 Aug 2018

Old Mutual Cape Town will go “off the water grid” with launch of water filtration plant

Old Mutual’s Mutualpark office in Pinelands, Cape Town officially launched the very first corporate based waste-to-drinking Water Filtration Plant in South Africa. This means the 166 000m² office, currently accommodating more than 9 000 employees and contractors, is now operating off the water grid.
today27 Nov 2013

Why are Cuban engineers better than South African ones?

The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) is exasperated having learnt that Minister Edna Molewa of Water and Environmental Affairs has signed an agreement to pave the way for 34 Cuban engineers to “sort out our water crisis while here for a two-year stint”.
today20 Sep 2011

Acid Mine Drainage - not all doom and gloom

Think water crisis and images of a flood of acid mine water (AMW) spreading ominously across the streets of Johannesburg, dissolving the foundations of high-rise buildings and rendering our water resources
today22 May 2018

WSP helps City of Cape Town bring emergency desalination plant online

Given the water shortage in Cape Town, and the fact that the V&A Waterfront desalination project was only awarded in January 2018, WSP, QFS and Osmoflo have achieved impressively in this fast-track project.