Water tanks are an excellent way to store large quantities of water and gain water independence to secure a fresh water supply with the threat of water scarcity and water outages.
We can supply and install rainwater harvesting systems. You decide whether to use the harvested water in your home and garden.
Our water tanks come in [...]
Three Municipalities were identified as the first that will have serious water shortages. They are the City of Johannesburg, eThekwini in Durban and the Nelson Mandela Metro in Port Elizabeth.
The former Director General of Water Affairs, Mike Muller told representatives at the Water and Energy Forum in Johannesburg that a serious water crisis is looming [...]
Bath linens made from organic cotton are not only comfy and soft, but they require less pesticide to produce than regular cotton towels. Manufacturers who make organic cotton also tend to use natural dyes and softeners which are less toxic and gentler on sensitive skin.
Try an All-Natural Approach
Natural bath products cause less harm than [...]
You can use solar power to run outdoor lights; replace security, poolside and garden lights with solar powered lights and save electricity. They are long lasting and will last through all weather conditions.
Solar water heating is also a great alternative to normal electricity-intensive geysers.
There are two types of geysers – direct systems that [...]
As with a conventional geyser, the hot water storage container in a solar geyser is thermally insulated to retain heat.
Solar geysers are usually larger than electric geysers and better insulated. This allows you to maximise your solar gains.
Solar geysers can be linked to existing geysers or can completely replace them. The system can be installed [...]
In this sunny country, solar energy is an abundant source of renewable energy, making it an obvious choice when seeking alternative sources of energy.
Solar water heating & how a Solar Geyser works
Solar geysers are built on two basic principles of physics: dark coloured objects absorb heat, and hot water rises.
Unlike other systems that can be [...]
High levels of the toxic chemical chromium-6 – the villain in Erin Brockovich – have been found in the groundwater and soil of residential Merebank, Durban.
Chromium-6 was brought to the public’s attention by the 2000 movie Erin Brockovich, based on the true story of how the residents of Hinkley, California, won a $333 million settlement [...]
Depending on your budget, there are several ways to get started. A few of the popular options are:
* Solar Pool Heater which extends your swimming season by up to three months. This uses no additional electricity, and heats up your pool by 4 – 9 degrees. (In Mpumalanga, we would only use this for [...]
Humans have been using solar power for many years to heat up their water, light up their homes and for general low-voltage applainces. Solar power energy is now more easily accessible to the public than ever before, and millions of people around the world are installing solar geysers in their homes in order to save [...]