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Waterwise Gardening in South Africa

South Africa’s water consumption is increasing despite the fact that we live in country that is predominantly semi-arid with regions that experience regular drought periods. As a country our average annual rainfall is just 450mm per annum compared to the world average of 850mm. Waterwise gardening has therefore now become an essential facet of responsible […]

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Why Use Greywater for Irrigation?

It’s a waste to irrigate with great quantities of drinking water when plants would thrive on used water containing small bits of organic matter. Unlike a lot of ecological stopgap measures, greywater use is a part of the fundamental solution to many ecological problems and will probably remain essentially unchanged in the distant future. The […]

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Video: 4 Quick & Easy Water Saving Tips

These are 4 very easy tips to save water; if everyone acted on these tips, how many millions of litres could we save?  Relatively clean water is still going down the drain; Water Rhapsody grey water systems enable this water to be used for irrigation purposes or reused for toilet cisterns.  See our gray water […]

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