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Hammarsdale-based rubber recycler dampens the sound in London gyms

GYMS are noisy with heavy weights banging on the floor, bodies jumping and thumping, trainers screeching and music blaring. Vibrations from equipment and weight...

Clean-up and recycle

A NETWORK for Networks seminar was hosted by the SA Association for Marine Biological Research (Saambr) at uShaka Marine World to launch the highly...

Waste management the key to land restoration

This year’s World Environment Day theme was Land Restoration, Desertification & Drought Resilience. “These concerns are of the utmost importance to South Africa because the...

Wash bay water treatment improves wastewater compliance

INDUSTRIAL wash bays are designed to clean vehicles of hydrocarbons like oil, grease, fuel and chemicals. Therefore, wash bay wastewater must be properly treated...

Technology is key to sustaining the sugar industry

By Dr Muhammad Kadwa, president of the South African Sugar Technologists’ Association (SASTA) THE South African sugar industry is synonymous with the rural economy, and...

The value of conducting property lease audits

THE lease stands as the cornerstone of occupier-landlord relationships in commercial real estate. Yet beneath the surface of these carefully drafted documents lies a...

Leasehold model assists Dube TradePort SEZ property developers

BECAUSE emerging property developers often face considerable challenges in getting projects off the ground, the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone (SEZ) has introduced a...

True sustainability requires the entire food value system to go on the offensive

OPINION | THE Spar Group isn't simply tackling climate change; it’s a strategic imperative for us, says Kevin O’Brien, group sustainability executive. However, this...

Sanitation in SA is a multi-faced issue – SAICE

SANITATION in South Africa is a complex challenge intertwined with social, economic, and environmental factors, as highlighted by the South African Institution of Civil...

Technology is reshaping the transport industry in SA

ACCORDING to Erik Bergvall, MD, Scania Southern Africa, leading transport operators are not born. They are made. He says an increased demand for road...

Navigating the JET and ESG balancing act

THE world is facing an unprecedented energy crisis requiring technical expertise, creativity, and collaboration, according to a leading consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm...

Excessive flow of non-revenue water the result of a ‘broken’ system

SOUTH Africa’s non-revenue water (NRW) is rising to unsustainable levels, with nearly half the water piped through the country’s infrastructure being lost through leaks,...

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Slurry sucker system puts WWT back on track

DEVELOPED by local pump and dredging expert IPR, the SlurrySucker dredging system recently provided the ideal solution for getting the emergency water dams at...

Straddle carriers enhance container handling safety

AS the wellbeing of workers on site becomes increasingly critical in all sectors, industries that operate container handling equipment are taking a closer look...

Supplier partnership ensures construction contractor’s quality

TAKING an unconventional route into the construction sector, EB Construction’s Ben Wagner has built a solid contracting business that serves residential, commercial and industrial...

Crushing and screening customers supported

IN an environment where crushing and screening operations attach great importance to equipment uptime and productivity, an extensive footprint of 11 Sandvik entities in...