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Kenyan Firms Reducing Water Wastage Record Increased Profit

kenyan firms increase profits as a result of reduced water wastage

Water shortages translate into higher energy prices, higher insurance and credit costs, and lower investor confidence, all of which further undermine business profitability. More common than the risk of not having enough water is the risk that businesses find their comparative or competitive advantage undermined by cost inflation driven by …

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Rain Water Conservation Products-Kentank

Turnkey Investments Ltd is the leading supplier of these conservation tanks. The company lets you find your perfect rain water storage tank. They supply Large Capacity Water Storage Tanks & Underground Water Storage Tank Systems for commercial and business needs. They are the authorised Dealer of kentainers Ltd Products ie …

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Water Conservation Tips

Water conservation encompasses the policies, strategies and activities made to manage fresh water as a sustainable resource, to protect the water environment, and to meet current and future human demand. Here are 10 home strategies and activities or easy tips that can help conserve water Check your toilets for leaks …

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Sewer Technologies

There is low investment in sewerage and waste water management. Widespread lack of safe disposal of human waste is a serious threat to health in Kenya. In 2015, a report by UN’s Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, said human right to sanitation is …

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Water Conservation

Water Resources Management Authority is the lead agency in water resources management. Its duties are: Catchment and sub-catchment planning, management, protection and conservation of water resources. Support and facilitation of Water Resource Users Association (WRUAs), and engagement of civil society/state and non-state in the management of sub catchments (financing through …

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Tourism & Sport

Water-based tourism is among new high value niches products that Vision 2030 target to achieve higher tourism revenue yield. Kenya aims to be among the top 10 long-haul tourist destinations in the world offering a high-end, diverse, and distinctive visitor experience that few of her competitors can offer.  

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Water uses for Transport

Mombasa, the largest port in East Africa, is well endowed with equipment and facilities, and has a natural port whose berths do not require constant dredging with adequate dock infrastructure.  It is Kenya’s only international seaport and handles cargo not only for Kenya but also for Uganda, southern Sudan, Rwanda, …

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Drinking Water

As at 2012, 62 per cent of the Kenyan population enjoyed access to improved water sources. While 82 per cent of people in urban areas have access to improved water sources, including nearly 60 per cent who have piped water on the premises, only 55 per cent of people in …

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Water & Industrial Uses

Manufactured product uses water during some part of the production process. Industrial water use includes water used for such purposes as processing, washing, diluting, cooling, or transporting a product; incorporating water into a product; or for sanitation needs within the manufacturing facility. Some industries that use large amounts of water …

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Water and Domestic Uses

Access to adequate and reliable water supply is one of the key indicators of socio-economic development. In 2014/15, Ministry of Water undertook programmes geared towards increasing the number of households with access to a reliable water source. Some of the initiatives undertaken by the ministry in collaboration with county governments …

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