The end results are electricity savings of up to 30% or more

Regulate energy use, improve efficiency, and reduce costs

With our overburdened electricity grid and the current energy crisis, an energy management solution has been launched in the South African business and domestic market. (more…)

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Paper or paperless

Paper or paperless?

Fred Bercovitch, wildlife conservation biologist at Kyoto University, Japan, challenges the conventional wisdom that a paperless workplace is more environmentally friendly than one using paper. (more…)

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Kaytechs NC Envirofix GCL patches farms leaking dam

Kaytech’s NC Envirofix GCL patches farm’s leaking dam

On a farm in the scenic Nottingham Road area in the heart of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, Kaytech’s EnviroFix was asked to provide a cost-effective solution to a leaking farm dam. Besides being used for irrigation purposes, the dam on White Rocks Farm is also used for leisure activities. The dam wall, which had recently undergone […]

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Raging war on rhino

Raging war on rhino poaching

There is a raging war on rhino and it is escalating. However, the conservation community is not giving up and continues to fight back with every resource at its disposal. (more…)

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Over fishing is emptying our seas

Over fishing is emptying out seas

According to the United Nations, over 75 percent of the world’s fisheries are fully exploited, over exploited or significantly depleted. Some species have already been fished to commercial extinction; many more are on the verge. (more…)

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Kaxu The whole blue sky

KaXu: The clear blue sky

A 100MW solar plant has been officially opened in the Northern Cape, capable of providing clean and sustainable power to approximately 80 000 homes in South Africa. This innovative solar power plant, made possible by the dynamic partnership between Abengoa and state-owned financier, the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), together with KaXu Community Trust. It will boost […]

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Trees for life

Trees for life

Thanks to the vision and energy of Wildlands, funding from government, and support from BHP Billiton, the ‘Trees for Life’ project has been rolled out nationally. Good corporate backing, sound government support, a well-meaning environmentally savvy NGO in the middle, and a receptive community is the recipe for success. (more…)

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