IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa, which celebrated its premiere in 2015 in Johannesburg, has positioned itself strongly in the African market. The first edition saw over 2 273 trade visitors from 38 countries engage with 116 exhibitors from 13 countries, taking up over 4 500 square meters. In addition, the trade fair boasted a high-caliber forum program. The next edition, IFAT Africa 2017, trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling, will take place in Johannesburg from September 12 to 14, 2017.
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Want to know more about what the African Utility Week conference is all about? Well, this year the event has brought together Metering, Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Energy Revolution Africa, Finance and Water.
A new white paper adapted for the developing countries of Brazil and Mexico was recently published. The paper, issued by GE Water & Process Technologies, underscores the potential for developing […]
A call for world leaders to unite and do more to support the global push for greater access to water and sanitation was one of the focal points at the […]
A new approach to accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals for Water and Sanitation was launched on Wednesday to coincide with World Water Day. Backed by the Global Water […]
Cape Town officially has less than 100 days before it runs out of water. The province’s average dam levels have dropped below 30% and it remains one of the worst […]
Cape Town is under level 3B water restrictions as dam levels hit a low of 31.5% – amounting to 21.5% of usable water. However the city has finally achieved its […]
By Mike Axton and Brian Horton In the developed world, expectation is nothing less than a right. We open the tap, and we expect clean drinking water to flow. We […]
Turning raw river water into potable drinking water will become a reality in Zambia with the intervention of a Johannesburg-based company. Water and wastewater engineering company WEC Projects was recently […]
The highly anticipated 2014 Blue Drop report has been released. The report indicates a reduction of 8% in the national average score from 87,6 % in 2012 to 79,6% in […]