Ways Of Saving Water

Calculate your average rainwater harvesting potential by multiplying your property’s roof area in square meters, by your area’s average rainfall in millimetres by 0.9 which is the amount of total rainfall expected for harvesting. Roof Area (m2) x Average Rainfall (mm) x 0.9 = Rain Harvesting Potential Rooftops in urban areas calculate impressive volumes offering…

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Ways to Save Water at Home

Although the volume of rainfall in some areas in South Africa has improved, water harvesting techniques and applying water saving techniques to save water at home. Investing in rainwater harvesting tanks and implementing a rain harvesting system enables households to help preserve South Africa’s water supply and save household expenditure on utilities. There are various…

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Largest water tanks for sale

It has become critical for SA to preserve current water supplies through recycling household water and the proactive harvesting of rain water by means of poly water storage tank solutions. El Niño along with growing urbanisation placing greater demands on cities infrastructure, water and sanitation, the need for alternative water source solutions has become synonymous…

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Rototank to Cape!

The Cape Town factory of RotoTankTM the supplier of plastic water storage, silo’s, septic tanks, water troughs, koi ponds and plastic splash pools for the Western Cape region, was founded for the first time in 2008.  Its manufacturing plant is situated on the outskirts of cape Town in the town of  Moorreesburg.

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Water Storage Tips

With climate change and the recent rise in water pricing, residents and businessmen are looking to save and store water as much as possible.

Authorities recommend storing at least 60 litres of water per person, which amounts to a two-week supply. For a family of 4, you would want to store approximately 250 litres of water.

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