Grey water is defined as water from baths, showers, hand basins and clothes washing machines or the laundry. Any water from any other source ( toilet water, kitchen and bidet’s) is considered black water, and must be allowed to proceed to the sewer, and be treated by some sort of sewerage treatment works. Grey water is the biggest contributor to wastage of water and though knowledge of this very useful source is growing generally this knowledge is still woeful. In this form at best 33% of water consumed in the […]
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Water Rhapsody are the leaders in Grey Water and Rainwater Harvesting systems in South Africa. With 15 years of experience and over 3000 installations, Water Rhapsody are expanding throughout Southern Africa. The company’s flagship is its grey water (or greywater) recycling system which can save up to 50% of municipal water bills.
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Water Rhapsody, with 15 years experience in water conservation, is number 1 in South Africa in Rainwater harvesting systems. Our rainwater harvesting system, the Water Rhapsody Grand Opus collects rainwater filtered through Rain Runners, and via water tank storage is then pumped back into the house for re-use in all areas save for drinking water. In combination with our grey water systems, Water Rhapsody can reduce municipal water bills by up to 90%. While grey water systems have been the mainstay of the Water Rhapsody business over the past 15 […]