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ROCLA AND TECHNICRETE FUND TSEKERE PRIMARY SCHOOL UPGRADES
8 September 2021
ROCLA AND TECHNICRETE FUND TSEKERE PRIMARY SCHOOL UPGRADES

Rocla and Technicrete, part of the Infrastructure Group of Companies (ISG), funded the conversion of 14 pit latrines into flushing toilets and supplied associated paving and concrete structures at the Tsekere Primary School, Ga-Raphahlelo in the Limpopo Province. The total funding by ISG for the project was R350,675.00. “Tsekere Primary School had 14 pit latrines …

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BRIDGING THE GAP
4 August 2021
BRIDGING THE GAP

Outlying rural areas are often confronted with major inconveniences when severe storms or the rainy season comes around. Roads become flooded, bridges submerge under water or are completely washed away, cutting off communities from food supplies and essential services. Gadiboye Village, near Kuruman in the Northern Cape is such a location. Rocla recently supplied Rectangular …

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SPUN CONCRETE POLES FOR POWER: TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
5 July 2021
SPUN CONCRETE POLES FOR POWER: TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

Transmission and distribution power lines in suburban and rural areas need poles that can withstand harsh environments, inclement weather and vandalism, in order to ensure the continuous supply of electricity. Rocla’s spun concrete transmission and distribution poles are well suited for the exacting requirements of electrical distribution line construction. The durable, maintenance free spun concrete …

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ROCLA, THE LEADING MANUFACTURER OF SEWERAGE AND WATER SYSTEMS
23 April 2021
ROCLA, THE LEADING MANUFACTURER OF SEWERAGE AND WATER SYSTEMS

With a country in constant development, be it new commercial or residential projects or the maintenance or upgrading of existing roads, pipes and storm-water systems, a crucial factor is the application of water and sewerage systems and related products that offer developers and local municipalities the longevity and high quality required. With a history spanning …

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RAINWATER HARVESTING  –  WHAT STANDS IN ITS WAY?
19 March 2021
RAINWATER HARVESTING – WHAT STANDS IN ITS WAY?

With water shortages and the longer-term security of water supply being a serious concern for South Africans, one would think that every business, school and home would have a rainwater harvesting system. Justin Kretzmar, Sales Engineer at Rocla and Technicrete, explains why this is sometimes not the case. “When constructing new commercial, residential and public …

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ROCLA SUPPLIES 19KM’S OF HDPE PIPES FOR POLOKWANE WATER TREATMENT PLANT
17 February 2021
ROCLA SUPPLIES 19KM’S OF HDPE PIPES FOR POLOKWANE WATER TREATMENT PLANT

Waste water treatment plants play a crucial role in the removal of contaminants from wastewater and sewage in order for its conversion into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle in an environmentally friendly way or to be reclaimed for other purposes. It is a critical process in the supply of safe …

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ROCLA MANUFACTURES LARGEST CUSTOM DESIGNED JACKING CULVERTS IN SOUTH AFRICA
6 October 2020
ROCLA MANUFACTURES LARGEST CUSTOM DESIGNED JACKING CULVERTS IN SOUTH AFRICA

When the local municipality of Tshwane required 3m x 3m custom-made jacking box culverts for a service delivery project at Iscor Heights, in Pretoria West, the only company in South Africa who was able to design and manufacture culverts to such large specifications was Rocla. The culverts were manufactured with an in-the-wall joint that can …

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12 METRE FULLY INSULATED CONTAINERISED OPEN PLAN OFFICE  UNIT AND PAVING DONATED TO MPUMULANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL BY ROCLA AND TECHNICRETE
22 July 2020
12 METRE FULLY INSULATED CONTAINERISED OPEN PLAN OFFICE UNIT AND PAVING DONATED TO MPUMULANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL BY ROCLA AND TECHNICRETE

The Infrastructure Specialist Group (ISG), which comprises Technicrete and Rocla has donated a 12 metre fully insulated containerised open plan office unit as well as paving to the Sifunindlela Primary School, based at Kabokweni in Mpumalanga Province. The office unit will be used by the school’s principal, Mr Ndhlovu and some of the school’s administration …

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