As the leading company in our industry, Rescue Rod follows all regulatory polices, standards and laws of our governing bodies very strictly so that we can not only deliver the best service to our clients but also act in the best interests of the local community and the environment and eco-system at large.

We are affiliated with the following  bodies:

The Institute of Waste Management Southern Africa (IWMSA)


Established over 30 years ago, The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) is a non-profit association that is committed to supporting professional waste management practices. They contribute to the improvement of waste management standards and legislation, support international, national and regional trends in best environmental practices; promote the science and technology of waste management and practice affordable cost effective management of waste.

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Southern African Society for Trenchless Technology (SASTT)


The SASTT is is a society that concerns itself with maintaining a healthy environment in South Africa and addressing the changing needs of the community through the use of trenchless technology. Their aim is to promote, from an ethical and neutral base, the use of trenchless technology for providing and maintaining underground services with a minimum of surface and environmental disruption.

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Water Institute of South Africa (WISA)


WISA provide a forum for the exchange of information and views to improve water resource management in SA. Its objectives include: the promotion of and application of scientific and engineering knowledge and management skills in the activities related with the natural and controlled water cycle, including the application of scientific engineering and management skills to hydrology water resources.

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South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors (SAFCEC)

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SAFCEC has been a leading authority for its members in the civil engineering contracting sector. It has influenced policy and regulatory change to facilitate job creation and member representation in terms of the Labour Relations Act.  They also advise and consult on labour-economic market matters to provide insights to  policy makers. It plays an integral role in formulating industry policy to ensure legal and regulatory frameworks don’t hinder competitive and fair business practices.

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Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA)


The Institute of Plumbing South aim to raise the standards of plumbing systems, workmanship, material and ethics, for the benefit of our environment and for all members of South African society through technology and regulatory industry standards.

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