South Africa will run dry by 2050, should no action be taken to conserve water. It is pertinent that the key players in South Africa’s food industry implement strict water saving measures through the use of water recycling, to help address the impending water deficit that is threatening food security and produce all around the country.
According to Gareth Lloyd-Jones, Managing Director of Ecowize – a leading hygiene and sanitation company servicing the food sector, it is crucial for food producers and manufacturers to introduce elements of strict control through implementations of water saving disciplines, as water will always be a basic necessity.
“All industries need water and therefore more people need to make the effort to recycle water and come up with other innovative ways to save and protect natural water resources,” says Lloyd-Jones.
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