Eco-Friendly Alternatives: Quantifying the Water Footprint of Paper
We all remember the panic during the coronavirus pandemic, when people started to stockpile disposable surgical masks, toilet paper, tissues, sanitary wipes and other paper-based hygiene products and the demand skyrocketed. In 2020 South Africa consumed 1 992 424 metric tonnes per annum or an approximate average of 35kgs per capita consumption per person. The […]
WEBINAR – MABR TECHNOLOGY
As communities face water supply challenges amidst continued population growth, urbanization, prolonged and severe droughts and climate change, water reuse is attracting increasing attention. MEB will be hosting a webinar, solution driven conversations are vital for the future of our country and moving towards a more sustainable way of living.
Microplastics in Water: Threats and Solutions
The problem with plastic, is that it does not decompose, it disintegrates and disseminates. South Africa’s plastics and packaging sector is one of the biggest contributors to the African market. The South African plastics market has been valued at approximately US$3 billion. South Africa accounts for about 0.7% of the world market and per capita consumption of plastic.
Diseases: Bucket Toilets Increase in Informal Settlements across Africa
MEB’s projects encompass a comprehensive component that provides financial support and income-generating opportunities to create a powerful chain of events that will lead to sustainable development for all communities – to learn more about our approach, make contact with us.
Wastewater Reuse for Non-Drinking Water Purposes
There are many diverse industries and applications that benefit from water and wastewater reuse and these include mining and mineral processing, the power sector, agriculture, aggregates, commercial laundries, breweries, and other industries that may be generators of hazardous waste. MEB supplies leading technology for direct, decentralised wastewater treatment reuse solutions should be implemented to reduce the level of contaminants present.