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We would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the year and wish you all a wonderful festive season and a happy new year. Please note we will be closed from Wednesday 20th December 2017 at 12h00 and re-open on Monday 8th January 2018 at 09h00. We will not be processing any further orders after 12h00 on Friday 15th December 2017. Any orders placed after this date will only be processed in the new year. There will be limited availability on all products from Monday 11th December 2017.

Water Saving

Conserving water not only has an enormous effect on the environment and the ongoing shortage of water in South Africa, but it can also save you a significant amount of money as you consume and thereby heat less water each year. Our range of water conservation products includes everything from water saving shower heads to entire DIY water recycling kits. Check out our range of Water Conservation products below and do not hesitate to Contact Us with any questions you might have.

Water Conservation

Water conservation is particularly important in South Africa, where not everyone has easy access to clean drinking water and where the installation of one tap in an informal settlement is considered an achievement. Part of the battle to provide clean drinking water for all South African citizens is to balance the needs for sustainable and responsible water use with the needs of a growing urban population and the pressures on existing water systems. stocks a range of products and equipment to aid residential and commercial efforts to conserve water. From water conserving shower heads and low-flush toilet products to organic composters and garden/agriculture products that lend to the natural conservation of water, we have the products and equipment necessary to make conserving water as easy as possible.

Repairing leaking taps and pipes is one of the easiest methods to conserve water in and around the home, another water conservation tip is to teach children to switch off taps when they brush their teeth or wash their faces. By educating kids about the importance of water conservation early on you can create water saving advocates for the future.

For more advice on water conservation products, and tips on ways to conserve water in your household, contact We are a treasure trove of little known water conservation facts and have all the equipment necessary for you to implement easy conservation measures at home, in your garden and even at work.

Cape Town Dam Levels

Anyone taking a closer look at Cape Town dam levels will come to realise the urgency of the current water situation. From the data below it's clear that the city's demand has grown too large for the current water reserves. Even if crisis doesn't strike this year, 2018 will see the city in a major predicament as winter rainfall on average replenish storage by 30-40% but every year usage takes up to 60%.

Dam Storage %


Weekly Change %


Table courtesy of the City of Cape Town
 ML11-December-17Last Week2016201520142013
BERG RIVER 130 010 63.5 64.8 64.3 75.4 94.5 99.4
STEENBRAS LOWER 33 517 55.2 54.2 45.9 68.3 70.9 92.6
STEENBRAS UPPER 31 767 100.4 100.2 75.7 78.2 99.9 96.8
THEEWATERSKLOOF 480 188 21.2 22.5 44.4 65.7 91.1 99.8
VO√čLVLEI 164 095 25.4 26.0 58.9 35.3 88.2 92.6
WEMMERSHOEK 58 644 51.7 51.5 48.8 61.5 80.6 96.4
TOTAL STORED 898 221 306 830 315 344 461 499 555 094 807 989 878 630
% STORAGE 34.2 35.1 51.4 61.8 90.0 97.8