Grey Water Systems

Water from baths, showers, hand basins and clothes washing machines or the laundry. A bath uses 120 litres and a shower 80 litres of water. When used, that water is called grey water. You pay for it, and then it all goes down the drain. You can use this grey water to immediately irrigate your garden, saving you a substantial portion of your water bill.

Water Conservation Systems


Water Tanks

Rainwater tanks are installed to make use of rain water for later use.

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Rain Water Harvesting

A technique used for collecting, storing and using rainwater

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Pool Backwash Saver

Every backwash of two to three minutes will use between 200 and 900 litres of water.

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Water Filtration

The key means of recycling water and saving on municipal costs

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Eco Ponds

An Eco pond is a natural swimming pool that has many practical benefits.

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