Professor Kader Asmal passed away yesterday, 22 June. Our condolences to Prof. Asmal’s family. He was an intellectual who recognised the dire need for water conservation measures in water scarce South Africa and was a happy Water Rhapsody customer (see testimonial below).
Former Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry
11 February 2010
To Whom it may Concern:
Garden Rhapsody Grey Water Re-using System
“It is very rare that a product, in this case, a new product gives so much satisfaction. We were one of the first to have this system installed. My officials at the Department of Water Affairs in Pretoria – I was the Minister at that time – warned me against this system as it would destroy my garden. As a matter of fact, the grass and the shrubs have flourished. During the drought about four years ago, when there were severe restrictions on garden water use, mine flourished because of the grey water. The service is excellent, even putting up with a smiling face with the idiocies of the owner, in this case me, who could not unravel the pipes. I have no hesitation in commending this system, its service and delivery, not only as a good example of water conservation and for beautifying the garden, but also as an excellent example of entrepreneurship.
Professor Kader Asmal
Former Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry”
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