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Berg-Olifants

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5888268 km2
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Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Total Organizations: 2
Total Projects: 10
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 50%

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Region Overview

Organizations in Berg-Olifants


South African non-profit organisation working for environmental and social justice and ecological integrity in the fields of water, climate change, agriculture and fair trade. The water and climate change programme aims to mitigate and strengthen resilience to climate change through ... Learn More

Founded in 1983 in South Africa, Mediclinic is an international private healthcare services group and currently has operating divisions in Switzerland, Southern Africa (South Africa and Namibia) and the United Arab Emirates, and holds a 29.9% interest in Spire Healthcare ... Learn More

Projects in Berg-Olifants


KING III is arguably the world’s leading corporate governance standard and is a term used to refer to both “The King Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa (The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa) September 2009” and “The King ... Learn More

At the Port of Saldahna, Transnet uses the Desalination Plant to supplement municipal water supply. Transnet further uses gray water for non-portable use at the ports. Transnet also continues to investigate ways to mitigate the water risk, as well as ... Learn More

The International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) seeks to initiate multi-stakeholder partnerships with the private sector, the public sector and the civil society in order to formulate and implement measures to improve water security for all parties. In the region of ... Learn More

Nampak has engaged with its customers to understand the potential risks that water stress and drought might incur on their packaging demands. This is integrated into divisional and facility level continuity planning. Learn More

The CEO Water Mandate launched this collaboration to help companies set water stewardship targets to both address their business-related water challenges and build the resilience of the broader catchment. Crucially, the pilot project informs target-setting through a local lens: because ... Learn More

Additional rainwater catchment is to be installed in 2018 which will collect and store water in tanks. Water will be pumped and utilised in the washing of trucks as well as the ablutions. Rainwater catchment is estimated to cost R280 ... Learn More

Many different water-saving initiatives have been developed in conjunction with our service provider and differ from hospital to hospital. These include staff training; changing chemicals used; adjusting water pressures in toilets and cleaning facilities; adopting sanitizing cleaning liquids; ensuring off-site ... Learn More

Nampak's DivFood Paarl facility ceased all garden irrigation and car washing activity (at zero cost to company). In addition, approval was given to rainwater harvesting systems at the Paarl facility (total cost R20,000), and restrictive flow taps in its administrative ... Learn More

The subsidiaries, particularly those in the Western Cape, have implemented several water efficiency initiatives. An example is the desalination plant that has been installed and commissioned at the Westin in Cape Town. It utilises waste brackish water pumped from Westin ... Learn More

We are investing in infrastructure and technologies which will reduce our reliance on municipal water supply systems. We are currently finalising a project which will cover 33 of our facilities, aimed at treating wastewater onsite and reintroducing it to the ... Learn More

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