London – It’s the one accessory that no health-conscious fitness enthusiast is seen without.
And the benefits of bottled water are so valued that it costs up to 1,000 times more than what comes out of our taps.
But far from being healthier, the bottled variety is subject to far less stringent safety tests than [...]
Marseille – A failure to invest in water infrastructure is holding back the economies of many sub-Saharan countries, said African Ministers’ Council on Water (Amcow) executive secretary Bai-Mass Taal.
“In sub-Saharan Africa, we are unable to convince them that giving money for water is an economic investment; that you will get your money back,” he [...]
The recycled water could be released into the main supply for public consumption within 18 months, with the city’s dams on the verge of running dry. [...]
There is however a very valid reason to all this speculation other than human curiosity to be prepared for the worst case scenario. [...]
Education is vital to prevent a catastrophic water crisis in South Africa. However it is up the individuals to take action with the knowledge they learn. South Africa is on the brim of a disastrous water crisis. A crisis that spread across the entire country and it is not limited the the droughts of the [...]
The Blue Gold Rush – global water wars [...]
What is rain 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 [...]
Virtually every industry in the world anticipates sweeping systemic transformation over the next decade in their strategic planning, production practices, and business models, according to the Sustainability Survey Poll on Water.
1. Educate to change consumption and lifestyles In the end, changing the face of this crisis involves education to motivate new behaviors. Coping with [...]
Few South African are able to even imagine how dependent our daily live are on water, the liquids we buy in little plastic bottles and the fluid that flows from our taps when we shower, bath, brew our tee or coffee, clean laundry, and wet the gardens. This is the “stuff” I am talking about. [...]