Maximizing Efficiency: The Role of Municipal Water Backup in Rainwater Harvesting Systems Can You Drink Rain Water? Rain water collection has been a practice that has spanned generations and continents. In many regions, rain water serves as a primary source of water for numerous households. But, can you drink rain
There is a quote that states that simple is not necessarily easy. This is the case with installing a rainwater harvesting system, greywater recycling system, pool backwash saver and municipal water backup system. There are relatively few components involved, especially for a basic system, just a water tank, a few
There has been a recent movement in creating smart homes and buildings. New projects are being designed with the environment in mind, not just being built with eco-friendly materials, but also providing for their occupants. Original buildings are being retro-fitted to be more environmentally friendly. These enhanced smart homes and
Frans from Green Overall, our intrepid leader, who is passionate about helping people save water and energy, was interviewed for a school project recently. The school student, Lana Du Preez, certainly picked a subject that is pertinent to the future of this planet. Saving water and energy. Currently our planet
The water crisis continues in the Eastern Cape where Hospitals are running out of water amid the Covid-19 pandemic. A sad combination of Government mismanagement, lockdown restrictions, strikes and bad municipal planning has led the Eastern Cape ever closer to a complete service delivery collapse. Since the Day Zero water
While we have been completely focussed on the Covid-19 pandemic, some other startling issues have arisen that threaten our existence and have almost slipped through our fingers. The documentary “Kiss The Ground” uncovers the inconvenient reality that life on the planet is dying. Mostly as a result of human activity.
The COVID-19 crisis updates have hogged the news and our full attention. Meanwhile, our water situation is steadily becoming increasingly dire. It has been projected that Nelson Mandela Bay will be without water in about six months. The main dams have dropped to new lows with some reports speculating that