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Water Must Get Back on the Health Agenda

30th June 2020 Water tanks and water hygiene have come to the forefront as the coronavirus pandemic is expected to impact poorest communities in Africa who have limited access to water for basic sanitation, hygiene and health.   “This pandemic highlights the need to get water back on the health agenda,” says... 

Steel vs plastic water tanks

26th March 2020 Water scarcity and water stress is a reality for South Africans; people are turning to water storage tanks to help with short-term solutions to minimise interruption of their water supply. Water tanks are used to store large quantities of water for many different reasons, including agricultural... 

Abeco Tanks Supports Local all the Way

5th December 2019 ‘Buy local, support local’ has been a company ethos which is deeply ingrained in the Abeco Tanks business model and has contributed to the company’s success over the last three decades. Since inception Abeco Tanks took a decision to manufacture its steel water storage tanks using local steel,... 

A water continuity strategy in Africa is critical to economic success

29th October 2019 - Steps for implementing a water continuity plan for organisations, industry and cities The world’s sources of water supply are under immense stress and the impact of water shortages are debilitating cities, organisations and communities every day. It is estimated by 2025, no fewer than 25 of the... 
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Denel seeking extension to period in which it has to pay its staff their arrears

In a press statement released on Friday, financially-embattled State-owned defence industrial group Denel reported that it was trying to get an extension to the court-ordered deadline for it to pay its workers their full salaries. In a judgment handed down on August 4, the Labour Court had... 

Coca-Cola changes Sprite packaging to increase recycling

The Coca-Cola Company in South Africa has stopped the production of Sprite’s iconic green packaging to produce fresh, new clear polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic bottle packaging. The transition to clear packaging means that more Sprite bottles can be collected, recycled and reused to make... 
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