Water & Environment

The state-owned National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) says it intends to spend close to €70mn for the construction of a modern sewage treatment plant on the Nakivubo channel in the capital city an effort to improve the countrys old and dilapidated sewage system in the country.

The state-owned National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) says it intends to spend close to €70mn for the construction of a modern sewage treatment plant on the Nakivubo channel in the capital city an effort to improve the countrys old and dilapidated sewage system in the country.The state-owned National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) says it intends to spend close to €70mn for the construction of a modern sewage treatment plant on the Nakivubo channel in the capital city an effort to improve the countrys old and dilapidated sewage system in the country.

A United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization report calls for agriculture in developing countries to become ‘climate-smart’ to cope with the twin challenges of climate change and population growth.

A United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization report calls for agriculture in developing countries to become ‘climate-smart’ to cope with the twin challenges of climate change and population growth. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization report calls for agriculture in developing countries to become ‘climate-smart’ to cope with the twin challenges of climate change and population growth.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports joint project by Swiss aquatic research institute and South African water utility.

Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar, Minister of Economy and Finance, M. Ali Fassi-Fihri, General Director of ONEP (National Water Supply Board) and Mrs Françoise Clottes, the World Bank’s Acting Country Director for the Maghreb countries signed today, in Rabat, in the presence of the concerned parties’ representatives, the agreements for two IBRD loans for a cumulative amount of US$218mn to improve access to water supply and expand wastewater systems in Morocco.

Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar, Minister of Economy and Finance, M. Ali Fassi-Fihri, General Director of ONEP (National Water Supply Board) and Mrs Françoise Clottes, the World Bank’s Acting Country Director for the Maghreb countries signed today, in Rabat, in the presence of the concerned parties’ representatives, the agreements for two IBRD loans for a cumulative amount of US$218mn to improve access to water supply and expand wastewater systems in Morocco.

p>Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar, Minister of Economy and Finance, M. Ali Fassi-Fihri, General Director of ONEP (National Water Supply Board) and Mrs Françoise Clottes, the World Bank’s Acting Country Director for the Maghreb countries signed today, in Rabat, in the presence of the concerned parties’ representatives, the agreements for two IBRD loans for a cumulative amount of US$218mn to improve access to water supply and expand wastewater systems in Morocco.

Edwin Hewitt, managing director, Petzetakis Africa

Petzetakis Africa, a pipesystems producer in southern Africa and part of the international Petzetakis group of companies, has secured two major pipe supply contracts worth more than R148mn, including the largest export project in the company’s history, according to the companys managing director, Edwin Hewitt.

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