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The South African Department of Water and Sanitation has set aside R341 million for the resuscitation of all wastewater treatment infrastructures in the Vaal Triangle.

Acute water scarcity has hit Lokoja and its environs following the shutdown of the greater Lokoja water treatment plant by the state government since March 27.

This report analyses recent data about emissions from industry directly to water bodies as well as to sewage systems and onward to UWWTPs. The analysis focuses on the latest information for 2016, when around 3600 industrial facilities reported at least one direct or indirect pollutant release to water to the E-PRTR database.

A recent study, released by Frost & Sullivan, reveals that the African desalination market is now stabilising and investment in desalination is gaining traction.

The report is based on the utilization wastes like bottom ash from waste to Energy Plants, sludge from STPs/CETPs and drain silt for development of building products like paving blocks and bricks by cold process. The paver blocks and cement bricks have been developed and tested as per Indian standard using OPC as a binding material.

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) proposes to issue following guidelines for environmental improvement in leather tannery sector for providing guidance to the industries, industrial associations, State Pollution Control Board (SPCBs) and Pollution Control Committee (PCCs) for effective prevention and control of pollution and safeguarding th

THE government has secured 210bn/- loan for upgrading and expanding Dar es Salaam City sewage system.

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on April 24, 2019, has initiated suggestive actions for the formulation of action plan for usage of treated waste water from sewage treatment plants.

Safe irrigation methods are essential when using wastewater for irrigation, but they need to be complemented with other practices from farm to fork to ensure the safety of others involved in the value chain.

A start-up founded by an Indian Institute of Technology-Madras alumni has developed microbial fuel cells that can generate electricity by treating textile wastewater.

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