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.
Improve Your Lifestyle and Help Save the Planet
Pool maintenance is not on the list of fun chores to do, but if you want to keep on enjoying a clean and sparkling pool, it is a necessity. As the drought in parts of South Africa brought water saving measures to the forefront, swimming pool maintenance has become a lively topic
Get Ready for Rainwater Harvesting What you Need to Do The rainy season around the corner Pretoria is one of the few areas in South Africa that receives the larger part of its rainfall during summer – January in particular. So with the rainy season around the corner, we would like to remind
Rainwater harvesting systems have grown in popularity over the last few years and with it comes the myths. A whole lot of people say it’s a good, healthy and viable method for storing and using water in and around the home although there are few neigh sayers that cast doubt
Investing in water saving systems -WHY DO IT? It is no secret that South Africans mainly rely on surface runoff water for multiple usages at home and in business. A reliable water supply is one of many factors that build the foundation for growth in our country. It plays a
The Grey Water Solution The Grey Water Solution. As South Africans, we find ourselves in a resource saving era where we are faced with realities like, amongst other things, water shortages. Saving water and using it with discretion has become part of our daily lives. We have realised that it is
Rainwater Harvesting, the Benefits South Africans have to adapt to major changes. In order to improve and ensure the sustainability of our national water supply. This should be a wake-up call for us. Not only do we need to use water more sparingly. We also need to find ways to
With water being so scarce we should turn our homes into rainwater harvesting systems and try to capture every drop that lands on our property. During an average year of rainfall, a 200 meter squared home can harvest 83520 liters of water. The roof is a fairly underutilised area of our
To help residents find quality drinking water in their area the Department of Water and Sanitation has introduced The Blue Drop system to their website. What is The Blue Drop System? The home page at www.dwa.gov.za is named My water – it is aimed at finding safe drinking water, as delivered
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