Living in an era where water shortages have become the norm makes one more conscious of Saving and Conserving this precious Resource. Rainwater Harvesting Systems have grown in popularity and have proven that this method is one of the best ways to collect and store water – ultimately saving water that comes
Securing Water for Future Generations is something every person needs to be thinking about. Capetonians, in particular, were handed a brief moment of relieve with an unexpected above average rainfall that managed to somewhat fill dams that supply water to households. With this relieve comes responsibility and the question remains not
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 workWhat is
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. Global