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Afrox sees upside of R375m restructuring programme

By: Natalie Greve     28th August 2015 Gas provider African Oxygen (Afrox) says the positive effects of a R375-million restructuring programme that saw the departure of its former chairperson, CEO and MD, as well as plant impairments, redundancies and closures, are starting to emerge, despite a 24.4% narrowing of headline earnings a... 

BASF to present industry solutions at Totally Concrete Expo 2015

     13th May 2015 After the successful launch of its global Master Builders Solutions® brand in South Africa at the 2014 Totally Concrete Expo, BASF will once again be demonstrating its latest innovative products at the 2015 event to be held at the Sandton Convention Centre from 13 to 14 May. The portfolio of... 

Concrete seminar highlights need for reduced maintenance costs

By: Kimberley Smuts     8th May 2015 Hosted by nonprofit public benefit organisation The Concrete Society of Southern Africa (CSSA), the RepSem Concrete Repair and Protection seminar, which took place in March in the four major centres around the country, focused on starting repair and rehabilitation processes at the design stage of... 

With Powerful MCI®- 2020 Organic Corrosion Inhibitor!

     4th March 2015 Extend the Service Life of Concrete Structures to a Maximum MCI®2020 is organic, surface applied, migrating corrosion inhibitor designed to penetrate through cementitious materials including concrete, mortar, and limestone. It migrates in both liquid and vapor (gas) phases through the pore... 

Concrete market sees steady reduction in cement use as researchers tackle carbon conundrum 

By: Irma Venter     28th March 2014 Cement is to concrete what flour is to cake. Normally, cement and its mineral compounds make up roughly 15% of concrete (in volume), with stone, water, sand and chemical admixtures making up the rest of the recipe. Cement, however, is not the green lobby’s favourite construction material, owing... 

Concrete market sees steady reduction in cement use as researchers tackle carbon conundrum

By: Irma Venter     28th March 2014 Cement is to concrete what flour is to cake. Normally, cement and its mineral compounds make up roughly 15% of concrete (in volume), with stone, water, sand and chemical admixtures making up the rest of the recipe. Cement, however, is not the green lobby’s favourite construction material, owing... 

National key point provides water to 10m daily

By: Natalie Greve     11th December 2013 State-owned water utility Rand Water’s Vereeniging-based Zuikerbosch water purification plant, which has been named a National Key Point, provides purified water to more than ten-million people a day in nineteen municipalities across Mpumalanga, Gauteng, the North West and the Free State,... 

Consol donates 3 methane wells for coal seam carbon storage study

By: Henry Lazenby     5th February 2013 New York-listed Consol Energy on Monday said it would donate the use of three coal-bed methane wells in a pilot study to be conducted by the Virginia Centre for Coal and Energy Research (VCCER) at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, better known as Virginia Tech, and funded by... 

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