EuroDrain Technology / KESSEL
Leading in Drainage
EuroDrain Technology (Pty) Ltd is a premium supplier of innovative products in the field of drainage, waste and waste water treatment technology.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
ASSA ABLOY
The leader in door opening solutions
The global leader in door opening solutions through its broad product range, and has the unique ability to integrate automatic-door operation with locking and access control, offering both standalone and integrable access control solutions adaptable to all needs and manageable remotely. ASSA ABLOY also offers key and asset management systems that enhance the security of any building.
location_on Roodepoort, Gauteng
Smartlock
Innovation through insight
Smartlock is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of electronic access management solutions and related products in specialised applications for a variety of industries.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
TAL
Tile Adhesives
TAL is a leader in tile and construction adhesives with a track record of more than 40 years in South Africa. TAL specialises in tiling installation materials, tiling tools, construction solutions and is renowned for the quality of its products...
location_on Olifantsfontein, Gauteng
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Smartlock | Exam Management

Smartlock has pioneered a globally unique and innovative Exam Management solution to securely control the access to examination scripts
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today15 Jul 2011

Pressure controllers reduce municipal water loss

As part of its 17-point plan to reduce water losses, eThekwini Water and Sanitation (EWS) has installed a series of intelligent water pressure controllers. The first installed pressure controller, installed in October last year, is currently saving the city one million litres of water per day in the Durban CBD alone.
today12 Mar 2012

Water conservation where it counts

South Africa staged its National Water Week campaign from 5 to 11 March 2012 and the United Nations International World Water Day is coming up on 22 March. Ahead of the events lined up for National Water Week, the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, called on all South Africans to make a positive contribution towards conserving and protecting the country’s water resources. She noted that these already scarce resources are further threatened by high levels of pollution in dams and rivers and by the extent of water wastage that occurs in our homes and cities, in industry and agriculture.  While government at national level deals with water policy, water quality and the development of major water supply schemes, when it comes to water conservation and the wise use of this precious resource it seems that the focus unavoidably shifts to local authorities. Indeed at a local level every one of us can do something to save water and reduce water wastage – in our homes and workplaces at least. At the same time, it seems fair to expect that local authorities, and specifically local water authorities, could do more to minimise water losses.
today15 Jul 2011

Combo meter aids water management

The Meitwin combination meter from Sensus South Africa offers significant advances in design, performance and efficiency over conventional combination meters for the management of water resources. This is why it is Sensus’s biggest selling water meter in South Africa. One major plus cited for the Meitwin is that it combines the bypass meter, the change-over valve and the main meter into a single, field-replaceable, verified measuring insert. It’s even a big step ahead of the successful Meinecke 3-in-1 combination meter, according to managing director of Sensus South Africa, Basil Bold.
today29 Feb 2012

Here I am, please use me

{nomultithumb} On Thursday the 23rd of February, Dr Martin van Veelen was inaugurated as the 110th President of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE). 
today12 Feb 2018

Incorporating green principles contributed to cost efficiencies at Cape Town Hospital

The 16-floor hospital incorporates an array of design principles and green technology elements which are aligned with global standards, setting a new standard for environmentally friendly hospital facilities in South Africa.
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today23 Mar 2017

Striving for Sustainability

Belgotex Floors achieved the 6 Green Star SA certification for implementing outstanding practical and measurable strategic solutions in the following areas: Management: Building management, green cleaning performance, on-going monitoring and metering and learning resources; Indoor Environment Quality: Indoor air quality, lighting comfort, thermal comfort, occupant survey, acoustic comfort and daylight views; Energy: Energy consumption, peak electricity demand; Water: Potable water management; Transport: Alternative transportation; Materials: Procurement and purchasing, solid waste management; Land Use and Ecology: Hardscape, landscape and pest management, and Emissions: Refrigerants, legionella prevention and storm water