Updates from Africa

22 January 2019

BORDA South Africa hosts innovative non-sewered sanitation breakfast seminar

On 13 November 2018, BORDA South Africa in partnership with Water Institute of Southern Africa-KwaZulu Natal Branch, WISA Anaerobic Sludge Processes Division and the Pollution Research Group, hosted an innovative breakfast seminar on non-sewered sanitation
22 January 2019

BORDA South Africa takes part in ministerial interactive session at Water and Sanitation Innovation and Technology Solutions Exhibition

The 10 Nov 2018 exhibition & conference, themed “Innovations today for tomorrow’s water and sanitation solutions”, saw 50+ emerging & established innovators showcasing & engaging with sector leaders on innovative solutions to water & sanitation challenges in South Africa
21 December 2018

BORDA Zambia conducts a School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Workshop for the Pestalozzi School in Lusaka

The premise of the 30 Nov – 1 Dec workshop for pupils and teachers: children who learn about safe water, sanitation and hygiene habits at school can reinforce positive life-long behaviour in their homes and communities
21 December 2018

BORDA Tanzania workshop on DEWATS operation and maintenance (O&M)

The 30 Oct – 1 Nov 2018 BORDA-facilitated workshop brought together current and future owners, managers and operators of DEWATS for wastewater or faecal sludge treatment to share their practical experiences and receive training on operation, maintenance and troubleshooting
29 October 2018

BORDA cleans Chazanga township

BORDA Zambia in collaboration with the Water and Sanitation Association of Zambia (WASAZA) hosted a cleanup event on Friday, 14 September 2018 for the residents of Chazanga Township in Lusaka to raise awareness for World Cleanup Day
30 August 2018

BORDA South Africa takes over management of Newlands Mashu DEWATS site

In April 2018, the Pollution Research Group (PRG) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal appointed BORDA South Africa to operate and maintain the Newlands Mashu Demonstration and Research DEWATS Site (NLM) on behalf of eThekwini Water and Sanitation (EWS).

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