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Plumbing Africa

October 2016

Published on in “Business”, language — English. 92 pages.
Where there’s a way, is there a will? In Mike Muller’s column, he discusses how municipalities have to cut consumption by 15% and how they will have to implement this among the range of water users, from those who consume too much to those who don’t even have meters or just don’t pay. Here the municipalities tiptoe: they would rather not enter this political minefield. But they’re damned if they do and damned if they don’t... More
From trench to tap: Plumbing Africa incorporates every aspect of drainage, sanitation, sewerage, sanitaryware, brassware and pipe work from both a civil and a domestic point of view. The focus is on the ever-changing technology that is available to the Plumbing Industry in South Africa. This monthly publication, together with The Plumber, a daily reference guide to installation techniques & standards, also educates its on the use of these products. More
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