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Water Purification Involves Multiple Cranes

28th September 2015 Condra has delivered the first two of eight double-girder overhead travelling cranes ordered by Veolia Water for the Lower Thukela Bulk Water Supply Scheme. The eight machines are maintenance cranes for the project’s high-lift and low-lift pump stations, and for the water treatment works’... 

Sa French Supplies Tower Cranes For Major South African Dam Project

22nd April 2015 Potain tower cranes will dominate the horizon on a major project by the Department of Water and Sanitation to raise the Clanwilliam Dam wall. This will be the largest dam construction project undertaken by DWS after the De Hoop Dam project, where Potain tower cranes were also deployed. The latest... 

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2, South Africa

3rd October 2014 With the De Hoop dam completed, the Department of Water and Sanitation is focusing on accelerating the implementation of the bulk distribution system at an estimated R7.6-billion. 

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2, South Africa

18th July 2014 The Department of Water and Sanitation is focusing on accelerating the implementation of the bulk distribution system at an estimated R7.6 billion. 

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2, South Africa

28th March 2014 President Jacob Zuma officially opened the 347-million-cubic-metre De Hoop dam on March 24. 

Double-offset butterfly valves supplied to R4.5-billion project

By: Ilan Solomons     8th November 2013 Water treatment and distribution solutions provider VAG-Valves South Africa is supplying several of its VAG EKN butterfly valves to the R4.5-billion Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2 (ORWRDP-2), in Polokwane, Limpopo, for use as isolation valves on the project’s bulk... 

Strong planning urged as SA begins to come to terms with its water scarcity 

By: Joanne Taylor     23rd August 2013 It is common cause that South Africa is facing various challenges with regard to its water resources and the manage- ment thereof. It is also well recognised that South Africa needs to intensify its efforts to protect its already limited water resources and materially improve the efficiency of... 

Strong planning and management urged as SA begins to come to terms with its water scarcity

By: Joanne Taylor     23rd August 2013 It is common cause that South Africa is facing various challenges with regard to its water resources and the management thereof. It is also well recognised that South Africa needs to intensify its efforts to protect its already limited water resources and materially improve the efficiency of... 

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th July 2013 The Department of Water Affairs has reported that the De Hoop dam is in its final stage of completion. 

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th June 2012 Construction activities for the R1.2-billion Phase 2C and Phase 2H of the Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2 are under way. 

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