Owning a swimming 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 summers day. But, pools require maintenance and use a lot of water to be kept in crystal clear condition.
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Rainwater Harvesting the Ideal Solution to our Water ShortageThe largest environmental challenge that South Africans are facing today is the scarcity of water and the availability thereof. Current water usage already exceeds the demand and more so the renewable supply. Many alternatives have been implemented, mostly in the Western Cape, but none more
Though most of the focus of water problems in South Africa landing on the shoulders of people living in the Western Cape, those living in Bloemfontein are also affected. Water availability, water shortage and water quality are three things that are often discussed and disputed. Water restrictions are nothing new and for years people living here have
Not long ago the phrase eco-friendly would have conjured up images of people living an alternative lifestyle, possibly in communes or teepees, but in recent times this phrase has gone mainstream and has evolved into a necessity. Going green is a way of doing your bit to create and maintain a sustainable
Irrigation water saving tipsSome say saving water and irrigation are two things that do not go hand in hand – the perfect contradiction. However, this is not the case. Using water in your garden should not feel like a waste of a precious resource, as long as it is being
Water a Human Rights Concern – Start Harvesting RainwaterOne of the most talked about topics these days are that of the drought, low dam levels, and water scarcity. For years now, citizens have been made aware that saving water is crucial and that literally, every drop counts. Even though we are living
The current water shortage in South Africa touches all of usWhile the worldwide consumption of water is rising at double the rate of the population, the amount of freshwater remains at only 2.5 percent of all the water resources in the world. Over the last few years, this has become
Water usage per capita in South Africa is 235 liters compared to the daily water usage of 173 liters per capita in the world. These figures paint a grim picture and emphasize the need for all South Africans, not just the Western Cape, to drastically change the way we think and use water. Against a global rainfall