Specialising in
Grey Water
and
Rainwater Harvesting systems in South Africa .

South Africa prepared for 2010 ecological impact

Posted by: Saving Water SA (Cape Town, South Africa) – partnered with Water Rhapsody conservation systems – 02 June 2010

Like any major fixture involving large crowds of people and infrastructure there is a cost: the environmental impact. One feasibility study found that the 2010 event will generate a staggering 2.8 million tons of carbon […]

Global temperatures unaffected by volcanic ash

Posted by: Saving Water SA (Cape Town, South Africa) – partnered with Water Rhapsody conservation systems – 21 April 2010

The volcanic ash cloud from the Icelandic volcano is not expected to have an impact on global temperatures.

Photo by Sverrir Thor under Ceative Commons licence 2.0

The volcano, located under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier […]

Cape Town commits to Earth Hour 2010

Posted by: Saving Water SA (Cape Town, South Africa) – partnered with Water Rhapsody conservation systems – 11 March 2010

On 27 March iconic buildings and landmarks in cities and towns around the world will go dark for WWF’s Earth Hour. The City of Cape Town is one of more than 1,100 cities and towns […]

Netcare Saves Water

Posted by: Saving Water SA (Cape Town, South Africa) – partnered with Water Rhapsody conservation systems 07 January 2010

Netcare’s 2009 environmental focus in South Africa was centred on their Hospital division, which is the largest contributor to their environmental impact.

Reports show that water saving initiatives and increased staff awareness at Netcare hospitals […]