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Monday, 13 February 2017 14:53

Black water’ key to survival

The article, “‘Black water’ key to survival’,” The Mercury Monday February 06, 2017 refers.


The impact of the drought is a very real phenomenon affecting everyone’s lives on a daily basis.

“Thinking” about recycling water is a loss of valuable time.

As matters stand there are no immediate alternate measures to alleviate pressure on our water resources.

The announcement that the eThekwini municipality will build Africa’s first energy-saving desalination plant in the central water treatment works on the Bluff is most welcome – albeit a future solution.

The statement by Dr Stefan Cramer - Head of the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute - that “Water-saving technologies and strategies become more and more important and are by far a better solution” is a very pragmatic one and ways and means to do so needs to be urgently effected.

The Mercury – Thursday, 09 February 2017

Darul Ihsan Media Desk

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