Shell is supporting bio-bean to help power London buses with waste coffee grounds. Source: Shell
eThekwini Water and Sanitation has been successfully applying the principals of direct water reuse in a simple yet cost-effective manner. Infrastructure News’s Danielle Petterson spoke to Samista Jugwanth, process engineer […]
Nereda offers sustainable wastewater treatment solutions for municipal and industrial water. WEC Projects Commercial Director Graham Hartlett talks to Infrastructure News about the benefits of Nereda technology.
On Wednesday, 1 November 2017, more than 500 waste pickers from Pretoria took to the streets marching against the City of Tshwane council for failing to deliver jobs that were promised […]
The South African construction industry has faced tough economic times. PPC Key Accounts Manager Rajesh Harripersadh speaks to Infrastructure News’s Alastair Currie about PPC’s engagement and partnership with industry and […]
The Swartkops River, a national marine estuary in the Eastern Cape near Port Elizabeth has received a much needed clean up. The Department of Environmental Affairs has made available a […]
The city is running out of space to handle it’s own waste, on this episode of #TheBigIssue they take a look at Landfill sites. Source: joburgtoday
The Kazungula bridge, a multi-billion rand rail and road project under construction at the border between Botswana and Zambia is nearing completion. The project began in 2014 and at a […]
Frances Ringwood, editor of Water & Sanitation Africa talks to Henk Smit, CEO of Vovani about their product offering at IFAT Africa 2017.
Radical Economic Transformation of the economy is at the heart of the need to have nuclear energy in South Africa. That’s according to Energy Minister David Mahlobo. Source: SABC […]