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Rainwater Harvesting A New Cost For Home Buyers

It is recommended rainwater be stored in tanks and then sent back into the home, to be used for baths, showers, laundry and toilet flushing. […]

SA’s water supply: how safe and accessible is it?

Having “access” however, does not mean that everyone has piped water, and it does not mean that the water is safe to drink. […]

Water crisis lies on the horizon

freshwater faces a double crunch – from a population explosion, which will drive up demand for food and energy, and the impact of climate change. […]

Cape Town water demand below peak level

The Department of Water Affairs has previously warned that the city’s available water will be fully utilised by 2019 due to growth in the population and the economy […]

Harvested Rainwater Harbors Pathogens

South Africa has been financing domestic rainwater harvesting tanks in informal low-income settlements and rural areas in five of that nation’s nine provinces […]

Parts of SA may see more rainfall, research shows – Limpopo

New research from Wits University shows tropical storms are not becoming more frequent but they are moving south […]

Home water saving audit

Generally, 40 to 60% of household water is used for non-essential purposes, such as watering gardens and filling swimming pools. To save water, it is best to know how much water you are using, where you are using it, and where you could use it more efficiently. The Excel spreadsheet shows typical water use patterns […]

Extent of SA’s water crisis exposed

While controversy rages around President Jacob Zuma’s “fire pool” and reservoir, people in villages next door say their children often miss school because of the water problems. […]

All new buildings to have rainwater harvesting systems – Ireland

ALL new buildings including houses, apartments, offices and schools will be obliged to install rainwater harvesting systems to reduce consumption and help drive down utility bills. […]

Mpumalanga’s water woes could worsen

The Mpumalanga province’s water woes are expected to be exacerbated if it doesn’t rain soon […]