The South African Green Industries Council info@sagic.co.za

The South African Green Industries Council (SAGIC) is a non-profit company representing the green industry in South Africa.

SAGIC supports and promotes organisations, institutions, private/public companies and/or any individual who seek involvement, advice or participation in any of the green industry’s activities, objectives and commitments.

 

SAGIC supports and promotes organisations, institutions, private/public companies and/or any individual who seek involvement, advice or participation in any of the green industry’s activities, objectives and commitments.

 

We aim to prompt best practice principles and to encourage sound green practices across the green industry. SAGIC facilitates issues of national interest and establishes networking opportunities in the green industry. We pride ourselves in our role of enhancing knowledge, skills and capabilities through various training and educational interventions.

 

We aim to uphold best practice and to develop good green practices. SAGIC facilitates issues of national interest and establishes networking opportunities in the green industry. We pride ourselves in our role of enhancing knowledge, skills and capabilities through various training and educational interventions.

 

SAGIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERS

The Cape Green Forum
Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa
Outdoor Power Product Association of South Africa
South African Irrigation Institute
South African Nursery Association
South African Landscapers Institute (SALI)
Turf Grass Managers Association Gauteng

SAGIC ACTIVELY PROMOTES

 Inter-association networking and communication, business to business  networking and communication and much more!

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Water Wise Watch – September 2021

Water Wise Watch – September 2021

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