Water Rhapsody is rapidly increasing its’ footprint around South Africa, with coverage in six of the nine provinces of South Africa. With the first dealers opening in the Western Cape, the Water Rhapsody network has spread to Gauteng, KZN, Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga. This week negotiations began to secure a dealer in the Limpopo province and this is expected to come on stream later in the year. Limited opportunities still exist in all the provinces for ecopreneurs to open their own businesses in Water Conservation. “The demand has been far greater than we ever expected” says Charles Bryant who hails the water business as a sunrise industry. Demand for grey water systems and rainwater harvesting systems is growing in leaps and bounds as the South African public come to realise that there are no more opportunities to dam any more rivers; most of which no longer reach the sea.