Saving water a global responsibility Saving water is a global responsibility and no longer just an African thing. For a long time, this has been the general consensus, but recent studies have shown that water scarcity is not just affecting the African continent but rather have become a worldwide problem.
Grey Water Gardening Giving Purpose to Second Hand Water Grey water gardening is not just for the experts. It is for anyone who loves to spend time in the garden. Keeping the green theme going, grey water harvesting is a perfect solution to an ongoing water shortage problem. Not only is it
Water Friendly Community Saving Water Together Water Friendly Community Saving Water Together. There are a lot of water saving tips available that is really helpful and to date, with people being water wise, major saving efforts have reaped success. That said, South Africa, and the Western Cape in particular, is not out of the
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.
A common problem with irrigation systems that use underground borehole and well point water, is the presence of nuisance elements such as Iron and Manganese. These elements are non-hazardous, but chemically similar and frequently cause problems such as staining and blocking of pipelines. What causes this staining? When water is
Tips for keeping the bits out of your rainwater harvesting tank. In some parts of the country, the drought warnings have become less frequent as the rain begins to fall. This is happy news for those who have rainwater harvesting tanks, as the tanks will be filling up nicely to
Water is a Threatened Natural Resource Although our planet is covered in water (70% of the earth’s surface is covered in water). The biggest portion (98%) of the water is in our oceans which makes it unfit for drinking or irrigation because of the salt content. That means only 2%
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