So, it’s official: Cape Town has reached crisis level and has been declared a disaster area for the first time since 1904! And Cape Town is looking for a water wise hero… A hero to take the lead, teach and install. Cape Town needs Grey Water, now, more than ever.
The world is in water crises, where millions of people do not have access to clean fresh water. Their source of water is either polluted or they have to travel great distances to find drinking water. People living in more urban areas are under pressure to curb their water usage
South Africa, unlike other countries, remains the land of opportunity. In fact, as the corporate market becomes more regulated and competitive, former employees are turning into entrepreneurs. Years past in South Africa (and still presently overseas) there was a stigma attached to working from home or being a sole trader
It is evident that a water shortage crisis is upon us. We see droughts and shortages all over the news. According to News 24, over half of South Africa’s households have no water at home. Residents of Kroonstad have serious water shortages, because of the Vaal River Water Shortage Crisis.