West Coast is last Franchise available in W.Cape

Spring is here and summer on the way. In no place is this more felt than the very dry West Coast of the W.Cape, a lucrative opportunity for rainwater harvesting and grey water recycling. “Every Water Rhapsody franchise in the W.Cape has been snapped up, bar this gem!” says Charles Bryant. This business opportunity is available to only one ecopreneur and the area encompasses the very dry areas north of Melkbos up to the Northern Cape border. It will include the towns of Saldahna, Langebaan, Malmesbury, Vredenburg, Velddrift, Citrusdal, Piketberg, Clanwilliam, Lamberts Bay and Vredendal amongst others.

Elsewhere in the country, Water Rhapsody franchises are in much demand with the exception of the North West and Free State provinces, where the interest has been slower. “We prefer to wait for the right person, and in this regard have been blessed with the calibre of franchisee already in Water Rhapsody” says Bryant. There is a lot of interest in the E.Cape right now as well as KZN Natal and Gauteng. “We see the water conservation market in 3 years time where the solar geyser market is right now” continues Bryant, ” Our water resources are plummeting and soon everyone will realise it is just too late. We want to position our franchisees to be ready for this by being the most experienced and knowledgeable in the industry. In this way they will be best prepared to expand their businesses with the coming boom in water conservation. Imagine a situation where there is a water outage and everyone wants water tanks, but there are none left. We see this coming and know it is our job to educate the consumer to not wait for this kind of emergency situation. It is not very different to the power outages with Eskom, just more serious”