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IWMSA Kwa-Zulu Natal Waste Management Awards  

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All environmentally conscious organisations are encouraged to enter and be recognised for their commitment to responsible waste management practices.

Entries close on 30 June 2016! Click here for all information


Eastern Cape Top Green Organisation Awards

EC Awards 

All Eastern Cape organisations are encouraged to enter. Organised by the IWMSA and the Province of the Eastern Cape Economic Development, Environmental Affairs & Tourism, the awards programme is aimed to promote responsible environmental management. 

 

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Entries close  on 30 September 2016! Click here for the online entry form.


 WasteCon 2016 - The Changing Face of Waste Managment

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Register NOW! Click here for all the information 


4th Annual LaRSSA Conference

 

LaRSSA is ready to host its fourth annual conference in Kimberley, Northern Cape. The theme for the 2016 conference is The Rehabilitation Business Case. Click here  for more info.


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 The National Environmental Crimes and Incidents Hotline

The National Environmental Crimes and Incidents Hotline is operated by the Department of Environmental Affairs. Established in 2006, it has been operational ever since, with members of the public being able to report alleged non-compliance with environmental legislation, ranging from the illegal dumping of waste and the poaching of wildlife and protected species’ to the lack of water and sanitation services to local communities. This toll-free hotline not only provides a platform for members of the public to voice their concerns about environmental transgressions, but also extends the capability of environmental authorities to detect and tackle non-compliances.

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