2016 SABITA Award won by George Basson Snr for outstanding achievemnet in the sustainable use of Bituminous products.

Dust-A-Side Founder and Executive Chairman, George Bosson Snr has been nominated and after an adjudication process, awarded the prestigious 2016 SABITA Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Sustainable Use of Bituminous Products.

The Southern African Bitumen Association (SABITA) Award is the bituminous products industry’s most

prestigious award.

Established in 1979, SABITA is a non-profit organization that represents producers and applicators of bituminous products, consulting engineers and educational institutions. Its main activities are in the fields of advancing best practice in Southern Africa in the use and application of bituminous materials, in worker safety and environmental conservation, education and training and contact with government on the value of road provision and preservation.
“Congratulations to George Bosson Snr on his tremendous contribution to technology development in the bituminous products industry and his honourable leadership within Dust-A-Side.”

Congratulations to George Bosson Snr on his tremendous contribution to technology development in the bituminous products industry and his honourable leadership within Dust-A-Side. A pioneer amongst his peers, Mr. Bosson Snr has over 40 years of experience within the industry.

Mr Basson’s concept for dust control on mines has evolved into a value proposition tailored for each mine-site, both strategic and operational, to ensure maximum benefit in dust reduction and therefore contributing towards environmental sustainability at a local and international scale.

The award ceremony is to be held in Cape Town on Tuesday, 4 April 2017 at the River Club in Observatory.

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