Adapt or die

By: Vollie Brink

Change is a natural phenomenon and change is inevitable, it will happen and we as humans must accept it and adapt to it

If we resist change then somewhere along the line, we will fall out and become extinct. This is why rules have to change to keep up with change. What was relevant 20, 30, 40, 50 years ago is perhaps not relevant anymore today.

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The importance of floor drains

By: Vollie Brink

Floor drain design and placement is very important because floor drains provide a barrier between the people using the facilities and harmful germs and pathogens

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The importance of ventilation in sewage systems

By: Vollie Brink

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Without ventilation, a sewage system cannot function properly and can even be the cause of serious health risks

One of the most important parts of making a drainage system in a building work, is the ventilation system. Without ventilation, the system cannot function properly and can even be the cause of serious health risks in a building.

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Water conservation and the National Building Regulations

By: Vollie Brink

Changes and amendments that need to be made to the National Building Regulations (NBR) in order to help South Africa overcome its current water crisis

It is said that you are allowed to make mistakes but never the same mistake over again.

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Local bylaws and the plumber

By: Vollie Brink

Why are the water services bylaws important and how can they be properly interpreted and followed?

I’ve told you my story of the high court judge who parked in my parking space every time when I left my office for a meeting or other business. He told the caretaker that he did not know it was wrong to park in my space and the caretaker responded that he always reads about judges telling people that ignorance of the law is no excuse.

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Can we beat the water crisis?

By: Vollie Brink

The impending water crisis poses a serious threat to our future and needs to be addressed urgently. We discuss the implications of this looming disaster and the need to find solutions

Dear Mr Plumber

Sometimes you watch a film and the hero sneaks away to escape the villains, but he is actually heading towards another villain who is waiting for him. He is unknowingly heading directly for trouble. You try to warn the hero but he cannot hear you as he is in the film and you are watching, but you can see that it is all heading for disaster and you can do nothing.

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