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Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting system – Water Rhapsody Grand Opus

We can provide you with the means to collect hundreds of tons of water by harvesting rainwater!
Water Rhapsody has made it possible for one to harvest rainwater and get this system to pay for its cost of installation in a reasonable period of time.
Over recent years water costs combined with sewerage rates have escalated far faster than inflation. This means that it has become worth your while to install rainwater harvesting systems. You may now augment supply from the traditional sources of dams etc, and rainwater harvesting as a way to augment supply has become imperative.
You no longer need to install water tanks close to your house to harvest rainwater. These rainwater tanks can now stand anywhere you like, because we get to deliver this water to wherever your water tanks stand, so the rainwater tanks can stand unobtrusively at your home or commercial building. Our Rainwater Harvesting FAQ’s explain how rainwater is harvested, delivered by gravity to rainwater tanks, and delivered to your whole household during the rain season in a sustainable manner. Furthermore how our system of harvesting rainwater is viable i.e. the system can pay for itself within a reasonable period of time.Rain Harvest

Rainwater Harvesting – FAQ

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Rainwater Harvesting system – Water Rhapsody Grand Opus

We can provide you with the means to collect hundreds of tons of water by harvesting rain water!
Water Rhapsody has made it possible for one to harvest rainwater and get this system to pay for its cost of installation in a reasonable period of time.
Over recent years water costs combined with sewerage rates have escalated far faster than inflation. This means that it has become worth your while to install rainwater harvesting systems. You may now augment supply from the traditional sources of dams etc, and rainwater harvesting as a way to augment supply has become imperative.
You no longer need to install water tanks close to your house to harvest rainwater. These rainwater tanks can now stand anywhere you like, because we get to deliver this water to wherever your water tanks stand, so the rainwater tanks can stand unobtrusively at your home or commercial building. Our Rainwater Harvesting FAQ’s explain how rainwater is harvested, delivered by gravity to rainwater tanks, and delivered to your whole household during the rain season in a sustainable manner. Furthermore how our system of harvesting rainwater is viable i.e. the system can pay for itself within a reasonable period of time.Rain Harvest

Water RhapsodyAgainst a global rainfall average of 870mm per year, South Africa receives a pitiful 450mm, making it the world’s 30th driest country.

Water Rhapsody, with 15 years experience in water conservation, is number 1 in South Africa in Grey water recycling systems and Rainwater harvesting systems.

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Rainwater Harvesting

It is now viable to harvest rainwater for your whole household. This includes rainwater harvesting, storing and pumping rainwater for bathing, showering, toilet flushing, pool, laundry and irrigation. Rainwater harvesting together with other Water Rhapsody products can save up to 90% of your water bill.

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Grey Water

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. Water Rhapsody Grey Water System uses this grey water to immediately irrigate your garden, saving you a substantial portion of your water bill.

WWF Green Trust Award

Water Rhapsody a WWF Green Trust award winner can save us up to 90% of our municipal water bills.” WWF
WWF Green Trust Award

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