St Andrew’s takes first step towards going off the grid

Wastewater system aimed at creating a sustainable future, says headmaster

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St Andrew’s College in Makhanda has taken the first tangible step to achieving its goal of being off the grid by 2030 by installing a unique waste water filtration system known as a Biopipe.

According to headmaster Alan Thompson, issues of service delivery, water scarcity and sustainability in the region prompted the 165-year-old school to take the bold step towards going off the grid in 10 years...

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