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30th July 2021 Year of Formation and Background to Founding: Abeco was founded back in 1983 by the late Mannie Ramos Snr. During this time, few people outside of academia had ever even heard of the term ‘climate change’, much less knew what its consequences would mean to the normal running of businesses and... 

Abeco Builds its Biggest Tank in Africa

15th January 2021 Abeco Tanks is making waves in the African water storage market as they announce having just completed their biggest tank in Africa. The tank - equivalent to two tennis courts in surface area - holds a whopping 5.8 Million litres of water and together with a 3 million litre supplementary tank... 

Abeco builds its biggest tank in Africa

7th December 2020 Abeco Tanks has completed its biggest tank in Africa, holding 5.8-million litres of water with a surface area equivalent to two tennis courts. In conjunction with a three-million litre supplementary tank, the group is provides one of South Africa’s largest poultry producer’s with a total of... 

Abeco Commercial and Industrial Water Tanks Stand the Test of Time

18th September 2020 Abeco Tanks is an innovative South African water storage company that still stands strong post lockdown, having weathered the storm of the pandemic. SA as a nation is known for its resilience and ability to rise up above hardship, and the water storage manufacturer definitely displays this... 
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Emalahleni owes Eskom over R5 billion, urges its customers to pay or face darkness

The Emalahleni local municipality in Mpumalanga has revealed that it owes Eskom over R5-billion for unpaid electricity. It has, therefore, handed over to its lawyers the accounts of some 30 defaulting customers, in a quest to collect the revenue and pay the debt. 

Outrage and calls for fuel price audit as motorists overpaid for petrol on Wednesday

Some motorists unwittingly paid 6c/litre more per litre of fuel than they should have on Wednesday morning. This was before the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) admitted that it had made a calculation error on the announced 81c increase - saying that it was only meant to increase... 
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