Large home improvement retailer addresses electronic waste threat

In the battle to alleviate the rising tide of e-waste in South Africa, DIY Retailer LEROY MERLIN in partnership with AST Recycling have installed e-waste recycling bins in all four stores in Johannesburg.

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Minister Mchunu prioritises bulk water supply project in Mbizana, Eastern Cape

The Minister of Water and Sanitation, Mr Senzo Mchunu held a closed working session with the Executive Mayor of Alfred Nzo District Municipality and the officials from the Department of Water and Sanitation, as well as from the District and Local Municipalities. The main purpose of the meeting was to speed up water supply and sanitation in the District, which has been a challenge for a long time. 

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Non-compliant plumbing more serious than anticipated

The findings of the Institute of Plumbing South Africa’s (IOPSA) latest research into the level of plumbing compliance across the country are cause for concern.

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Choose a pool filter medium that protects your health and saves you money

Treating your swimming pool at the outset of winter is the secret to it remaining pristine for the duration of the season. At the same time, pool owners can dramatically reduce their chlorine consumption and cut costs by using Pratley’s Clinobrite filter medium.

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Over 2 billion plastic bottles recovered for recycling in SA

STATISTICS from South Africa’s longest-standing plastics producer responsibility organisation indicate that the country’s PET plastic recycling rates are recovering after the lockdown regulations resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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IOPSA drives quality solar-water heater installations

The Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA) is helping to drive quality solar-water heater installations, maintenance and repair in the country.

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“Green” plumbing drives demand for IOPSA members

Enterprising South African property developers are increasingly exploring ways of using water more efficiently.

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The invincible impact: Climate change and women

The time has come to mainstream gender perspectives into climate change strategies

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SA fishermen unite for World Oceans Week to fish for plastic

Over 100 fishermen headed out to sea off Cape Town recently to reel in some of the ocean’s greatest scourge – plastic. 

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Brambles commits to net-zero emissions by 2040
bringing its deadline forward 10 years

As part of its Sustainability programme, the global logistics company, operating through the CHEP brand, accelerates its decarbonisation strategy towards pioneering regenerative supply chains.

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