After a year of unprecedented times, the festive season is finally upon us. EnviroServ operations, excluding critical operations, will be closed from Thursday 24 December 2020 to Friday 1 January 2021.
EnviroServ Waste Management has assisted the Khulanathi Buy Back Centre in Port Elizabeth with equipment and funding to further the community based depot where waste collectors can sell recyclable waste such as paper, plastic, cans and glass to recycling companies.
The Institute of Waste Management of Southern
Africa has launched its Central Branch Waste
Management Awards and they are looking for
clean, green organisations who take pride in
going the extra mile for the environment.
New legislation developed in recent years to further minimise the impacts associated with the disposal of waste to landfill got the waste management experts at EnviroServ to put their thinking caps on.
As we heard from President Cyril Ramaphosa, the South African Cabinet has declared a
national state of disaster and put drastic measures in place to arrest the scale and speed at which coronavirus (COVID-19) is growing, to protect people from infections and minimise the potential impact on society and business.
EnviroServ believes that to change our beautiful country for the better, we all need to play our part and have rolled up our sleeves to make a difference to the quality of education in the country’s public schools.
As of August 23, the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries has placed a ban on liquid waste, as well as hazardous waste with a calorific value of more than 20 MJ/kg, from landfill disposal.
- an opportunity for each of us to live
out the values that our great former president
championed throughout his remarkable life, by giving
up 67 minutes of our own time to make the world a