It is up to us to play our part to protect our most precious resource. Green Overall Pretoria's water conservation systems and expertise will help you save water and money
Why Choose Us
At Green Overall Pretoria, we have a passion for helping people and our community, and a passion for nature and the conservation thereof. It gives us great pleasure to be able to stand back and be happy with something we have built. For us, the best part about our work is that all the parties involved can benefit from the projects, including us as the contractor, our clients, and nature over which we were appointed as stewards.
Congratulations if you have a greywater system installed as you will now be helping to save water (and your grass will be looking much greener). Grey water systems are fairly simple in their function. The water is diverted from the bathroom - (sink, shower and bath) and the washing machine
Despite the water restrictions, the drive to conserve water and nationwide drought, it is difficult to imagine that we are on the brink of running out of fresh water. For many of us, access to water remains a simple task of merely turning on the tap and there flows water in
Owning a pool means that you are the envy of all the neighbourhood kids and parents alike, as there is nothing more inviting than a sparkling pool on a hot summer day. But, pools require maintenance and use a lot of water to be kept in crystal clear condition. Backwashing
Swimming pools require a fair amount of maintenance, but all the hard work is worth the effort during the summer months. With the onset of the warmer weather, the pool filters have to work harder to keep the water sparkling and inviting. While backwashing the pool cleans the filters
In the light of the Gauteng water restrictions as authorities urge residents to help reduce their water consumption by 15%, installing a grey water system is the way forward. How do grey water systems work? Grey water systems are designed to use water that would otherwise go down the drain
Big lawns have been traditional in South African gardens for a long time now, but with water becoming scarce in a drought-stricken country, we have to take steps in saving and preserving our most precious resource, as well as reduce your water bills and create a lower maintenance lawn area.
It’s all over the news for Tshwane that there will be no foreseeable end to the water restrictions and the odds are good that this is set to just get worse, despite the assurances from City of Tshwane Department of Water and Sanitation. On the 14th September, we were assured
Spring greening, getting ready for a cleaner tomorrow Spring is always a great time to make some changes. Clean out the clutter and begin the new season feeling fresh and clean. The thing with spring cleaning is that it can well feel like a there is a mountain to climb
South Africa’s water challenges are well known and various towns have been without water over the past couple of years. The problems range from ageing infrastructure, supply constraints and pollution, to the impact of climate change on society and businesses. Saving water starts at home and one of the first