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Partners for Water – in South Africa

The Dutch government has awarded local South African engineering consultancy DHV grants for three sustainable water projects under the Partners for Water programme. The projects are in South Africa, Poland and Vietnam and DHV intends to carry them out with Dutch and local partners. In South Africa, DHV will use algae to treat wastewater. Together […]

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FLOW Endorsed Water Stations

The FLOW Water Station has been developed in order to provide the public with access to clean, free drinking water.

We initially created these to supply clean, free drinking water to the Fans along the FIFA 2010 Fan Walk and in the FIFA Fanfest in Cape Town.

If you are interested in purchasing a FLOW Water Station, click here

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Desalination: the sea as a water source

Finding alternate sources of fresh water is becoming an important issue. Living in Knysna, I can testify to that as we are currently in the worst drought in 132 years. Knysna was forced to truck in water from George in 2009 due to the Sedgefield reservoir running dry – at a cost of R30 000 […]

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Minister’s National Water Week Message 2010

A message from our Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Ms Buyelwa Sonjica. This year’s National Water Week is an historic event in the calendar of water activities. It comes at a time when South Africans are bracing themselves for the FIFA World Cup tournament in June\July, an event that will attract thousands of international […]

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