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Boeing’s New Aircrafts To Fly With Bio-Fuel

A programme, launched by Boeing, will allow the customers to opt for bio-fuel in Boeing’s new airplanes, while they can also use a blended fuel...

Sustainability Reflects In Tetra Tech’s ‘High Performance Buildings’

‘Energy-efficient designs’ of Tetra Tech contributes in “significant returns on investments”. Dailycsr.com – 08 March 2019 – Tetra Tech collaborates...

LEDs At GM Turned Out To Be Environment & Pocket Friendly

GM is in the middle of a shifting process towards LEDs which aims to finish by 2020 and already the automaker counts its benefits. Dailycsr.com – 27...

DaySpring Achieves ‘Zero Waste To Landfill’

Learn about alternate ways adapted at DaySpring to stop their operational waste to end up as landfill. Dailycsr.com – 18 February 2019 – DaySpring is...

Domtar’s 2019 New Year Resolution Is To Curb Wood Fiber Loss

It costs Domtar nearly “$500” per ton of good wood fiber loss. Dailycsr.com – 08 February 2019 – New Year’s resolutions are mostly made for improving...

Nestlé Announces ‘Specific Actions’ For Addressing Out Plastic Waste

Creating a future that is free of plastic waste is a commitment of Nestlé to the people and nature alike, whereby the company has undertaken various...

Commitment To Replant Our ‘Treasured Legacy’

Last year alone, the Arbor Day Foundation planted over six million trees in forests. Dailycsr.com – 26 January 2019 – Forests form part of global...

New IPCC Report Sets New Threshold For Climate Change Risks

“Companies are adopting renewables at a breakneck pace”. Dailycsr.com – 10 January 2019 – The IPCC, namely the “International Panel on Climate...

A Promise Of Mobile Pollution Tracking System

Houston is working on an innovative project for mapping air pollution in real time, while being an example to the world. Dailycsr.com – 31 December...

‘Pledging To Divert 90% Of Waste From Landfill’

Sysco capitalises on a “big opportunity” to turn its operation “environmental efficiency at every step”. Dailycsr.com – 30 December 2018 – The...

Kenya’s Lesson On Land Restoration 2030 Commitment

“African nations committed to 100 million hectares” and they are sincerely following it up. Dailycsr.com – 12 December 2018 – The earth is going...

Ocado Promotes Education Through Its Old Uniform Recycling

Ocado has a same approach to old uniform as to “redistributing food waste”. Dailycsr.com – 04 December 2018 – Almost over one third of people working...

ICRAF Trains The African Youths On Landscape Restoration

Living in the haunting reality of degrading landscape, the youths of Africa gather to learn about restoration. Dailycsr.com – 19 November 2018 – More...

How to manage water resources in African cities, interview with A. Gisclon, deputy managing director of Veolia Water Technologies South Africa.

Ensuring water security has become one of the most important issues for governments worldwide. In countries that are sensitive to climate change, potable water and sanitation requirements are essential. In South Africa, cities are innovating and opting for alternative solutions. Furthermore, a multi-pronged approach is needed to develop optimal life cycle costing models and respond to medium and longer-term priorities. Overly polluted water is frequently much more expensive to treat, acting upstream is indispensable. Accordingly, Veolia Water Technology has developed many technologies to treat water and is involved both in city centers and in coastal cities. The French entity leader in its core business (water use, waste and energy, services solutions for public utilities and private sector clients …) addresses problems in accordance with every location specificity and transforms water into resource to boost the economy.
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