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When one considers that entrepreneurs pay almost 45% of all wages and salaries in the country, it is clear that entrepreneurship is an extremely desirable profession for anyone wanting to make both a social difference and money to boot.
Mortuary workers have a lot to contend with, and unpleasant odours were part of the deal in the province’s mortuaries—until the Gauteng Shared Services Centre appointed Ozone Services Industries (OSI) as a vendor to supply all the Forensic Pathology Mortuaries and many of the government hospitals with deodorising and sanitising equipment.
A perhaps lesser known application for Ozone is its ability to eliminate bacteria. Ozone is enriched oxygen and is nature’s powerful purifier. It is a short lived molecule that deodorises many organic and inorganic odours, both gaseous and particulate. It does this by a process of oxidation, permanently converting the odour into water vapour, carbon dioxide and other compounds. It kills germs by breaking down their protein structure.
Home-grown sewage-treatment process scores All Africa Games gold medal. The large numbers of people attending the All Africa Games in Maputo meant that organisers needed sewage-treatment infrastructure that really worked.
Local water, air and sewage treatment specialist, Ozone Service Industries, has installed one of its compact and affordable Biozone NoKak Sewage Treatment Plants at the Toamasina offices of Flowserve. Located on the east coast of Madagascar, Toamasina is Madagascar’s most important port.
Sustainability has raced to the top of the corporate and social agenda as the reality of climate change hits home. Consumers and businesses alike are now looking for products and services that will enable a sustainable lifestyle and many of them will be on show at the forthcoming Green Expo.
Wierda Baba Sentrum in Centurion has become one of the first childcare facilities in South Africa to install an ultraviolet air purification system to keep babies and toddlers safe from airborne bacteria and viruses.
The Tshwane metro is ensuring that residents living in the northern parts of Pretoria receive clean water. This comes after the metro acquired R9-million worth of ozone water purification equipment that is going to be implemented by the Tshwane’s Roodeplaat Water Treatment Works.
The increasing trend of leading organisations to publish Sustainability Reports, often in conjunction with their Annual Reports, is an encouraging one. However, something is clearly missing, as we shall see below.
The Tshwane Metro Council has spent R9 million on new water purification equipment to treat water at the Roodeplaat Dam. The dam supplies about 60 megalitres of drinking water to households in the city, and its water treatment plant has become the fifth municipal facility to use the Ozone purification equipment.
Ozone Services Industries (OSI), a Johannesburg-based firm that uses environmentally-friendly ozone gas to purify air and water, has launched a maritime division to help ships safely dispose of contaminated ballast water.