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Municipal roadshow : Water Reuse Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/02/182016/02/18
The Water Research Commission (WRC)  has partnered with eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality to run a municipal Roadshow on Water Reuse.  The Roadshow will be held at a Water Reuse Plant, Veolia Water Technologies.
RSVP to: Ms Thobile Gebashe email: thobileg@wrc.org.za
 
 
 
Location: eThekwini Municipality
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Municipal Roadshow : Water Reuse Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/02/192016/02/19
The Water Research Commission (WRC)  has partnered with Midvaal Water to host a municipal Roadshow on Water Reuse.
 
RSVP to Ms Thobile Gebashe  by email: thobileg@wrc.org.za
Location: Midvaal Water , Stilfontein , Klerksdorp
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National Workshop on School Sanitation Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/02/242016/02/24
The Water Research Commission will be hosting the National Workshop on School Sanitation at the Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre, Viewpoint Street, Boksburg 24 February 2015. The purpose of this workshop and high-level roundtable discussion is to consider high priority actions that be taken to improve school sanitation services, specifically rural schools, and to exchange ideas with likeminded stakeholders to improve school sanitation services.
For more info: Dr Sudhir Pillay (sudhirp@wrc.org.za).
Location: Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre, Viewpoint Street, Boksburg
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Workshop on the Research Initiative of the Vaal Water Management AreaUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/02/252016/02/25
In partnership with the Water Research Commission (WRC), the Vaal Proto CMA intends to Commission research that will identify water resource challenges and opportunities for sustainable water resource management Area from 2016.
Contact: Ms Jeannet L Nyama, email: NyamaL@dws.gov.za , Tel:  012 392 13 69, Cell: 082 877 51 39
Location:  Bamboo Hall, University of South Africa
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HTC-based Bio-Char toilet Seminar Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/02/292016/02/29
The Water research Commission will be hosting a seminar with Prof Sohail Khan, from Loughborough University, UK, on a new-generation sanitation technology that has growing business opportunities. The guiding objective of the HTC-based Bio-Char toilet is to safely eliminate known pathogens while potentially recovering scarce resources from the waste, functioning as an off-the-grid sanitation solution capable to processing sanitary materials and food waste as well as human excreta. The seminar targets potential partners for this venture, including venture capitalists, local manufacturers, business partners, etc. For further information on the event, contact Mr Stuart Woolley, and for further information on the technology, please see the following link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9x81ri8Iwys
 
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WRC Municipal Roadshow - Drinking water quality-source water quality to water supply alternativesUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/03/022016/03/02
The Water Research Commission (WRC) has partnered with Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality in hosting a Municipal Roadshow under the theme “Drinking water quality-source water quality to water supply alternatives”. Over the past decades, the WRC has developed a number of guidelines and tools designed to assist municipalities to address water quality challenges, and to seek alternatives to water supply. Moreover, South African studies have shown that non-metropolitan communities with adequate water supply services are faced with drinking-water quality that is often poor. While effective water treatment is necessary, the need for monitoring and management of water quality from raw water to point of use is just as important. The Roadshow will showcase different water quality key focus areas of the WRC research and offer opportunities to interact with the different guidelines and tools developed for use at municipal level.
 
RSVP by e-mailing  your registration form to Ms Dikeledi Molutsi at dikeledidk@wrc.org.za or fax: 012-331 2565
before Friday, 26 February 2016.
 
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First conference of the Water Footprint Research AllianceUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/04/042016/04/08
The Water Footprint Research Alliance (WFRA) is hosting its first ever conference, organised by the Water Footprint Network, the University of the Free State and the WRC. Enquiries: Henry Jordaan, Email: jordaanh@ufs.ac.za.
Location: Cape Town
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WISA 2016Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/05/152016/05/20
The Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA) Biennial Conference will take place with the theme, 'Water - The ultimate constraint'. Visit: http://www.wisa2016.org.za/ for more informatio.n
Location: Durban ICC
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International Conference of the Historical Association of South AfricaUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/06/232016/06/26
The International Conference of the Historical Association of South Africa will take place with the theme, 'Bridging the disciplinary divide: New routes to understanding the Southern African past?' The conference promises a strong focus on water history. Enquiries: Petra Lawson, Email: conferencepl@gmail.com
Location: Riverside Sun Hotel, Vanderbijlpark
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SASAQS 2016Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
South Africa2016/06/262016/07/01
The Southern African Society of Aquatic Scientists will be hosting their 2016 conference with the theme 'Aquatic research, management and conservation in a rapidly changing world'. Due to the limited accommodation available, registration and accommodation fees need to be paid by 1 March 2016. Visit, www.savetcon.co.za to register or contact Petrie Vogel at Tel: (012) 346-1674; Email: petrie@savetcon.co.za for more information.
Location: Skukuza, Kruger National Park
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