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?
South Africa is experiencing a water crisis that should not be ignored. Every household can do their bit to SAVE WATER. With Green Overall’s proven systems you can save a considerable amount of water every month. GREYWATER SYSTEM Grey water is defined as water from baths, showers, hand basins and
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
Despite some rain, the dam levels are still very low. Last year had the lowest rainfall ever recorded‚ and amidst scientific predictions, there is no guarantee there will be sufficient rain during the coming season. When browsing the news sites you will see headlines of drought-stricken areas, water restrictions, and
South Africa is feeling thirsty and with the water restrictions in place and fines for wasting water, it is natural that our lawns will suffer. Which is a pity as spending summer in the garden will feel pretty bleak if the grass is brown and dying. The weather has not
In terms of Section 4 of the Water Services Act 108 (No 108 of 1997) and Clause 31 of the Water & Sanitation Services By Law the following will be prohibited from immediate effect: The use of water obtained from the Municipality’s water supply system for: – watering gardens, lawns,