With South Africa experiencing Stage 2 and 3 water restrictions following its worst drought in decades, the spotlight falls on the solution of using stainless steel in water distribution and service pipes in South Africa to reduce leakages and maintenance costs and preserve our already strained water resources into the long-term future.

Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (SASSDA) Executive Director John Tarboton says; “There is high value potential in using stainless steel material for service piping and all fittings predominately manufactured using grade 316 stainless steel. Millions of rands currently lost in leakage and filtration costs can potentially be saved, as well as resulting in a reduction in the usage of water per capita.

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