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ChildFund Partners With Davis & Shirtliff To Deliver Clean Water In Kenya

Kenya is among four African countries set to benefit from a partnership between ChildFund International and Davis & Shirtliff to increase access to clean water...

Containerised Water Treatment Plants Hit the Market Targeting Remote Areas

The units are available in standard 20 or 40-foot container sizes and can be customised into even smaller sizes based on customer needs.

Experts Predict Growth in Water Treatment Market

The recent years have been characterized by a rise in Industrial activities which has caused depletion of freshwater reserves. Experts predict that this trend will...

European Firm To Channel Water Treatment Chemicals to Kenya

German-based water treatment firm will be providing industrial water and wastewater treatment chemical products to Kenya

Firm roots for adoption of technology to curb water leaks

Davis & Shirtliff has attributed low water distribution efficiency in the country to a lack of best practice application and good operating practices that...

Davis & Shirtliff, German firm partner to power manufacturing plants

The manufacturing industry is being urged to adopt clean and renewable energy sources like solar to power their plants and help their business cut costs and become more energy independent

Preference for in-house large scale water treatment facilities on the rise

Davis & Shirtliff says water treatment at a larger commercial scale was being embraced by companies in different sectors and especially those in the manufacturing and hospitality industries

Harvest water before the sun shines – Davis & Shirtliff CEO

Water and Energy solutions company calls on Kenyans to take advantage of the rainy season

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