All JoJo water tank stands are designed, certified and built by an experienced, professional structural engineer. This ensures peace of mind when it comes to safety considerations. JoJo tank stands are available for vertical water tanks up 10000 litres and are available in the following heights: 1.5m, 3m, 4.5m, 6m & 9m. JoJo Tanks can […]
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JoJo tanks are available in a wide range of types and sizes in South Africa and it is important to choose the right type and size of tank that is suited to the specific storage requirements. The following article will help you to select the right JoJo tank for your needs. Standard duty, medium duty […]
The world is running out of water. A daunting fact and one that is predicted to cause an unprecedented global conflict over clean water. Water issues are real, escalating and will start to affect everyone. With less than 1% of the water on earth drinkable and six times as many people on the planet as […]
Climate change is bringing many uncertainties, especially to the world of water. No continent will be harder hit by climate change than Africa. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has stated that African river basins will be especially affected by climate change, and are expected to face worse droughts and more extreme floods as a […]
The planned two-month operation and maintenance shutdown of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) was not expected to impact Gauteng’s water supply, acting Cabinet spokesperson Phumla Williams said on Friday.
JoJo Tanks Pty (Ltd) South Africa have announced price increases across the range of JoJo Tanks products. The price increases will take effect on 01 September 2012. Beat the price increases on water tanks and other JoJo Tanks products by ordering and paying for the tanks before 31 August 2012. Check out the various JoJo […]
In response to the environmental risks posed by abandoned mines, mining companies are legally required to set aside money to clean-up mining operations before they are officially closed. Research published in a new WWF report indicates, however, that mining companies in South Africa are not fulfilling this obligation adequately.
With approximately 60 percent of the already small country taken up by desert, it is unsurprising that Israel has become a center for water innovation. Earlier this summer, the World Food Prize Foundation awarded Israeli agriculturist Dr. Daniel Hillel for his groundbreaking work in micro-irrigation. The award-winning Israeli desalination company, IDE Technologies, has added other […]
Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo has been hit by a critical shortage of water, a development which has resulted in the referral centre shutting down its operating theatre.
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