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Waste Plan


WastePlan is a national on-site waste management company specialising in recycling and reducing waste to landfill. We are the second largest company of our kind in South Africa with a footprint in KZN, Gauteng, the Western Cape and the Free State, servicing close to 500 clients nationally. We are a level 4 BEE contributor with 125% procurement recognition.

Company Value

WastePlan was founded with the heart to do our people and our planet great good. As such we subscribe to sustainable business practice where the health and well-being of our people (WastePlanners and our broader community), as well as the natural environment and financial considerations, are all integral to the strategic and the ‘every day’ decisions we make in WastePlan.

Four legs of the table

Our values are based on Raymond Ackerman's book of the same name. Our four legs comprise people, finance and administration, service, as well as sales and social responsibility. The idea is that the consumer sits on top of the table, and all four legs of the table must be equally strong to hold the consumer there as long as possible (IE; to provide a good and stable service).

Our employees are our most valuable asset

We believe that family is the core of healthy societies, and therefore we encourage employees to prioritise their family over work obligations. We also encourage our employees to become entrepreneurial and help them grow through training.

Customer is king

It is our most important mission to keep our clients not just satisfied, but impressed!


We want to offer our employees and our clients a unique uplifting experience, and are always on the lookout for opportunities to do so.

Predictable Service

We start by putting a service level agreement in place which gives our clients a clear description of what to expect of our operations on their sites.

Promote from the bottom up

We start by putting a service level agreement in place which gives our clients a clear description of what to expect of our operations on their sites.

Give away more than you can

We believe that we will reap what we sow, and that our profits are not just ours.




The RO3 Oasis Concept

We have to admit that bottling water isn’t a new idea. We do however believe that our approach is unique and that we do in fact offer something completely different. We could go on for ages about how brilliant we are, but that would just sound like bragging! So here’s what one of the leading water resource management specialist has to say about RO3 Oasis instead. "RO3 Oasis Water has a unique approach to the bottled water business. It provides high quality water at affordable prices while actively managing the downside of the industry - packaging and containers that become litter. It is this innovative approach that makes RO3 Oasis stand out in the bottled water industry". - Dr. Anthony Turton

Who we are

We are quite literally the local watering hole. A pillar of the community where people from all walks of life come together. Where refreshment and rejuvenation aren’t the only things on offer, but a place where friends and neighbours meet and the sound of water-cooler chatter fills the air. These principles of community are bared out by our business philosophy of a triple bottom line or the three P’s - People, Profit & Planet. Where our success isn’t merely measured in financial terms (Fair Profit) but also by what we do to uplift the community (People) and conserve and improve our environment as a whole (Planet). So whether your looking for pure refreshment or a good chat we look forward to welcoming you at your nearest RO3 Oasis store.

What we do

To say that we are in the business of bottling water is kind of like saying Ferraris are red, or swimsuit models are attractive. Not untrue, but not the full story either. Technically, the treatment process we use is called reverse osmosis. We however like to refer to it as SUPERCHARGING. That’s because our filtration process ensures that our water is not only filtered and purified, but also enriched with a turbo charged form of oxygen called ozone. And we want everyone to have access to our phenomenal water. Always have. Ever since we started in 2003 with one little store our goal has always been the same. To ensure that people have access to a safe and healthy alternative drinking water source that they can afford to use every day. With well over 150 stores in operation today and refills from as little as R1.00 per litre, we are well on our way to achieving our lofty goals.

Think Bike

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A registered non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers, the campaign goal is "Raising Awareness, Saving Lives" for all two-wheel road users. Think Bike’s principal focus can be distilled into four main aims:

- Reminding all road users to be on the lookout for two wheel road users.

- Educating first time riders about the importance of proper riding skills training and defensive riding techniques

- Encouraging all bikers and cyclists to wear the correct protective gear

- Educating all motorcyclists and cyclists about safe and responsible road usage.

Help us make a difference

If you're a biker or a cyclist, or have a loved one that rides, why not join our campaign? For only R190 per year, you could be part of the drive for safer roads! See our the Membership section for more details.

What's in it for me?

Apart from contributing towards the creation of a safer riding environment, as a member you will also benefit from discounts we have negotiated with various business. Hang around There is more to Think Bike than you might think, so take a moment to explore our site – it's full of interesting information for anybody who's into safety!

Jumping Kids

Jumping Kids was launched in 2009 by prosthetist Johan Snyders (Icexpress Progressive Prosthetics) with the dream of supplying the latest in prosthetic limb technology to South African children in need. Snyders became aware of the thousands of local children living with amputations – most of whom do not have access to adequate prosthetics, counselling or rehabilitation.

Recognising the opportunity to boost social development, the Jumping Kids Prosthetic Fund was born. Jumping Kids is a registered not-profit organisation that facilitates access to advanced prosthetic solutions to those who need it most, children living with lower extremity amputations from formerly disadvantaged backgrounds.


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