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At the moment, it’s tough to be a valve manufacturer in SA, says association

14th November 2003 The South African Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Association (Savama) is calling for the support of local industry, government and the public. 

Certification to open European exports door

14th November 2003 In May this year East Rand valve company AZ Valves became the third local valve manufacturing company to receive Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) certification by the European Union (EU). 

SA botanical society has its 90th birthday celebrations

7th November 2003 Formed at a public meeting held in Cape Town in the early part of the 20th century, the Botanical Society of South Africa (BotSoc) is celebrating its 90th year in existence. 

Providing a green education

7th November 2003 Environmental education, training and consultation network, the Delta Environmental Centre, is targeting school children and teachers to ensure that environmental protection is sustainable in the long term. 

Consulting firm acquires shares in specialist firms

7th November 2003 Since its establishment by MD Robert Millard in 1993, Environmental Impact Management Services (EIMS) has expanded its client base to serve a diverse spectrum of industries, including the manufacturing, telecommunications and power industries. 

Chemicals manufacturer develops green product range

7th November 2003 Chemicals are known to have an adverse impact on the environment, therefore it is the responsibility of the manufacturer to make sure the negative impact is minimised as much as possible. 

Environmental considerations gaining in importance

7th November 2003 South Africa’s interaction with the economies of developed countries as well as changes to its laws following its transition to democracy, have resulted in environmental considerations being accorded a much higher status than before. 

NGO seeks a balance between profit making and protecting the environment

7th November 2003 For environmental organisations to appeal to poor communities, they have to show that there are synergies between environmental protection and financial benefits for these communities. 

Moving Nepad across the rest of the world

24th October 2003 Fifty percent black-owned international removal company AGS-Frasers Aircargo, says its duty is to transport the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad) to the rest of the world. 

Company aims to grow its business in Africa

24th October 2003 Some of the most urgent needs that the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad) has identified as areas of importance are transport, health, power generation, information and communication technology. 

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