Business Chamber initiates water preservation efforts

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AN initiative by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber (NMBBC) has seen member companies undertake to assist schools within the metro with repairs to damaged and faulty water infrastructure.

A clarion call by the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality for the preservation of a scarce resource has seen NMBBC commit itself to adopt more than 30 schools flagged to be challenged in terms of water consumption.

According to the NMBBC’s acting chief executive officer (CEO), Prince Matonsi, a decision was taken for member companies to adopt schools with the vicinity in which they operate.

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