Every backwash of two to three minutes will use between 200 and 900 litres of water. Stop wasting your pool backwash water and install a Pool Backwash Water Saving System.
Pool Backwash Water Saver
R 3199 excl VAT
GREEN OVERALL FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY
We are looking for entrepreneurs countrywide to join us in our drive to help residential homeowners and businesses to be more self-sufficient with their energy and water consumption. This is a Franchise opportunity that will put you in a very good position to establish your business early, in this growing market, ready for when the demand hits on the country’s water and energy resources, providing a comfortably living for you and your family.
WATER STORAGE TANKS
Adapting to the Water Shortage in South Africa – Start Harvesting Water at Home With winter approaching, South Africans, especially those in drought-stricken areas, are hoping for an above average rainfall. While some areas have an abundance of water, some provinces are struggling to adapt to heavier restrictions and water shortages.
The South African water crisis is a very sensitive topic amongst those living in areas affected who have to endure extreme water restrictions. None so more than Capetonians who are affected the most by the looming water crisis. What was considered to be a localised situation affecting the Western Cape is now spreading to the Eastern Cape and other
The Western Cape is facing severe challenges with a once in a hundred years drought. We are, however, not alone in facing water challenges. The drought spreading across southern Europe has fuelled wildfires in Italy and Spain. In America, Texas and California have also struggled under multi-year droughts that took them years to recover from. Global water saving initiatives that
Grey Water to the Ground Why it is a Viable Option If you live in areas where there are no water restrictions then you are most likely irrigating your garden with clean, drinkable water. But do you really need to water your plants with water straight from a mainline supply?
In 2012 we bought a small holding in Sardinia Bay Port Elizabeth. Living in the country is fantastic but we needed to rely on nature to provide us with the most basic need water. Due to our borehole water not being fit for human consumption we began to search for an alternative means to obtain water .
Frans visited our property and assisted us with a quote and the installation of a Rain Water Harvesting System.
In December 2015 we would have been on our new property for 3 years and we have never had to switch over to borehole water. Installing the system was the best decision ever as we now enjoy an abundance of water which is clean and sweet to the taste.
The quality of the water is SA is likely to continue to deteriorate and the costs will escalate as we have seen with electricity. Being self-sufficient is the only option and remarkable rewarding.
Kyle O’Haher CFP®
Our Rain Water Harvesting System operating very well thanks - our monthly (municipal) water consumption has dropped from 37 m3 before installation to 16 m3 after installation - last 3 months consumption has been 8 m3 (July), 5 m3 (Aug) + 0 m3 (Sept) so all good!