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  • Strydom, W; Godfrey, Linda K (CSIR, 2015-09)
    For as long as South Africa continues to generate “waste”, that waste has value, and while there are businesses prepared to buy the waste, we will continue to find formal and informal collectors of recyclables. “There will ...
  • Godfrey, Linda K; Strydom, W; Muswema, Aubrey P; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Roman, H; Mange, M (CSIR, 2014-10)
    The South African waste sector survey for 2012 was undertaken by the CSIR on behalf of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), and provides a good understanding of the ‘core’ of the formal waste sector (waste ...
  • Nel, JL; Driver, A; Strydom, W; Maherry, A; Petersen, C; Hill, Liesl; Roux, DJ (2012-10)
    This presentation highlights the use of systematic conservation planning to identify priority areas for managing the health of freshwater ecosystems and their associated biodiversity and ecosystem services.
  • Afrika, M; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Strydom, W; Mvuma, G; John, J (WasteCon 2010, 2010-10)
    The adoption of the internationally accepted waste management hierarchy (Sakai et al, 1996) into South African policy has changed the focus from “end of pipe” waste management towards waste minimisation (reuse, recycling ...
  • Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Strydom, W (2013-05)
    This presentation discusses waste management and recycling through social awareness programmes presented by Suzan Oelofse from the CSIR.
  • Godfrey, Linda K; Strydom, W; Muswema, Aubrey P; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Roman, H; Mange, M (Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa, 2014-09)
    The results of the first South African Waste Sector Survey shows that landfilling remains the main technology option for the management of waste in South African, with 90% of all waste generated, disposed of to landfill. ...
  • Godfrey, Linda K; Strydom, W; Muswema, Aubrey P; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Roman, H; Mange, M (Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa, 2014-10)
    The results of the South African Waste Sector Survey (for 2012) show that the formal waste sector employs a minimum of 29,833 people. The majority of these employees are situated within large enterprises (77.5% of private ...
  • Afrika, M; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Strydom, W; Mvuma, G; John, J (WasterCon 2010, 2010-10)
    One of the major challenges facing municipalities in South Africa is ensuring that all households within their areas of jurisdiction are provided with a basic level of waste service (DEAT, 2007). Huge waste service backlogs ...
  • Strydom, W; Hill, Liesl; Hobbs, P (CSIR, 2010-03)
    The shortfalls in water available per water management area and between river systems are alleviated through the transfer of significant volumes of water. This has a direct negative impact on the ecology of these systems, ...