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Save on your water bill!

Many of us are battling to keep our gardens green and our water bills down. Water is expensive and extremely precious. And it’s running out. Water Rhapsody has all the solutions to all of your water woes. (click here to view an animation of the products) Grey Water Systems: Water Rhapsody can help you reuse your grey water (water from your bath, shower, hand basin and clothes washing machine), keeping your garden green and bringing down your water bill with a Garden Rhapsody. Rainwater harvesting: Water Rhapsody can help you harvest the […]

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Water Rhapsody. A Legend.

Water Rhapsody. A Legend.

Water Rhapsody has been in existence for since 1994 through the founding of  the business by Jeremy Taylor. Some 4000 installations around Cape Town and centering in Pinelands, Water Rhapsody carved a name as a superior and reliable water conservation business.  The business has as its core, water conservation products that enable homes and businesses to save water without altering lifestyles. Products include rainwater harvesting systems and grey water recycling and irrigating systems. All over Cape Town and elsewhere, are signboards, on fences and garden walls, where Water Rhapsody has been […]

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Water Rhapsody Saves Water

Your Water Use Is Our Business.

Water Rhapsody Systems are becoming essential – this from a Cape Town perspective; a mirror of all the other South African cities. The use of a Water Rhapsody grey water system can reduce water usage by up to 50%. Together with the Water Rhapsody rainwater harvesting system, multiflush system and pool backwash recycling system, a municipal water bill can be reduced by up to 90 % That’s why people buy Water Rhapsody systems. Over time the Water Rhapsody systems pay for themselves through the continual savings on municipal water bills. […]

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Water Rhapsody saves water and in turn the environment

Another Reason To Reduce Water Waste

Dane McDonald wrote an article today for News24 entitled “Endocrine disruptors found in SA water”. The article refers to a report released by the UN which focuses on environmental and health risks in various countries (including South Africa). The Endocrine Disruptor Compounds (EDC’s) lead to health problems including multiple forms of cancer and attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity in children. The article refers to Professor Edmund Pool of the University of the Western Cape (a specialist on EDC’s) who told News24 that untreated sewage contains the compounds which also cause problems […]

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Water Rhapsody Saves Water

A Short History

I started Water Rhapsody in 1994 after having served for some years as a Cape Town City Councillor, during which time I was alerted to the fact that South Africa would soon run out of water. I was convinced that the way to create more available water would be to get consumers to cut down on water usage.  In 1997 Professor Kader Asmal announced the conclusion of what he termed “The Western Cape System Analysis” which reported: Ways must be found to use less water and Ways should be found […]

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Water Rhapsody helps you reuse grey water

Why Harvest Rainwater?

The time has come, the walrus said… Use the water that falls on your roof and save water (and money). The calculation for harvesting rainwater is as follows:  for a metal roof (corrugated of IBR) which is the most efficient of all types of roof: for every 11 mm of rain and for every 100 square metres of roof area you will receive a kilolitre of water in your water tank.  A kilolitre is the same as 1000 litres, or a cubic metre or a ton of water.  Tiled roofs […]

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