How much water does your family use ?

Latest studies carried out in 2015 now show that the average South African suburban family of 4 uses even more municipal water than previously thought:
= 300 litres per person per day (x 4 people)
=1200 litres per day (x 30 days)
=36,000 litres per month (x 12 months)
=432,000 litres per year

Use Water Conservatively, Save Water….Water is Life, Harvest RainWater and Reduce your Water Bill.

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RainWater Harvesting – Your Own Sustainable Water Supply.

We believe it makes sense to catch pure, fresh,
Free rainwater from the sky and have a complete system of products for rainwater collection.

Used in conjunction with rainwater tanks, the products are relatively maintenance free, simple in their operation and help ensure rainwater harvesting systems deliver superior results.

Rainwater Harvesting involves the collection, storage and distribution of rainwater from the roof, for use inside and outside the home or business, and is the most efficient water supply solution for our communities’ water problems.

1 Start saving water now! Rainwater Harvesting reduces water usage in every household. Run-off from the roof to the tank is immediate and efficient, whereas run-off in vegetated dam catchments requires significant rainfall to impact on dam levels. You can take control and make a difference today!

2 Safe, sustainable water. Rainwater is naturally pure and fresh. It is not recycled water. Provided certain precautions are taken, research supports rainwater as a safe, sustainable source of water
that can meet all of a household’s requirements.

3 Significant cost savings – for the community and each household. Widespread adoption of rainwater harvesting reduces our need for expensive water supply infrastructure and our
dependence on dams and other water treatment and supply facilities.

4 Protect local waterways and reduce storm-water infrastructure costs. By capturing and utilizing rainwater where it falls, rainwater
harvesting reduces both the volume and velocity of storm-water run-off from our urban areas. This helps protect our waterways and
reduces the need for expensive storm-water infrastructure.

South Africa on the brink of a Water Management Crisis.

What most South Africans don’t realize is that our country is currently on the brink of a new crisis. This time the stakes are much higher and the potential for disaster is more significant because the potential crisis involves a resource critical to maintaining life. This resource is Water !.

Don’t get caught without Water, install a RainWater Harvesting System. This will reduce your dependence on the Municipal Supply, and it will Reduce your Water bill, You Save !

We never know the worth of water till the well is dry !

If you are considering purchasing a rainwater tank, we recommend installing a complete system to improve water quality and reduce tank maintenance. Install a system that will not only give you good quality water, but will reduce your reliance on mains water. Rainwater that is captured and stored correctly is a safe, economical and sustainable source of quality water that can supply your complete requirements.

Rainwater can be used for more than just irrigation. It can be piped back into the building for toilet flushing, used for car washing, or if filtered correctly be used for industrial processes. Harvesting rainwater not only reduces potable water consumption but also reduces storm water runoff