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More and more South Africans are welcoming this special water filter into their health-conscious homes. Kuro-Bo Activated Charcoal is the first and only 100% plastic-free, natural and recyclable water filter in Africa. Activated charcoal, or Binchotan, has been used for centuries in Japanese culture to filter and purify water. The charcoal attracts positively-charged toxins and heavy metals, and draws them out of the water, while depositing beneficial minerals into the water. Activated charcoal also balances the water’s pH. A single stick of Kuro-Bo charcoal can give you up to 3 months of cleaner, healthier, better-tasting water.
The G-Flow Grey Water System effectively manages runoff waste water from the home, allowing you to reuse the water to keep your garden green, without having to rely on extra municipal water. This system is complete and tankless, meaning that the water is filtered and diverted immediately, not stored, reducing odors and the space needed for the system. The G-Flow system also uses a patented 3 way valve to divert excess water to the sewer, when the grey water is not required, in the case of excess water or during electricity outages.
This hydraulic rotor works with the G-Flow Grey Water System to portion greywater out to multiple areas of the garden automatically. Once the water is filtered in the G-Flow tank, it moves to the pump and is pumped into the rotor. The rotor then diverts water into up to 6 drip line irrigation pipes, which can each go to separate areas of the garden via drip line irrigation. Working from one side to the other, the rotor allows 50 litres of water down each pipe at a time before switching to the next area, ensuring all areas are watered equally.
Using a drip irrigation system with a grey water system is advised, to reduce the likelihood of any potential bacteria or pathogens making their way into the air (as they might during sprinkling or hosing of water). The Drip Line feeds grey water in a slow, gravitational drip directly to the soil at the base of plants, right where they need it most. The Drip Line should ideally be buried at least 10cm beneath lawn, or covered by mulch in flower beds.
Collecting and storing rainwater can be as easy as installing a tank, however unfiltered rainwater can contain leaves, bird droppings and other biological pieces that can start to rot inside the tank, making it smelly and unpleasant. The Superhead Rainwater Tank Filter removes any foreign particles from rainwater before it enters the tank, keeping the contents clean, smelling great, and perfect for watering your garden or refilling your pool. This filter even includes a first-flush filter that discards the dirty water first flushed down from the gutters at the beginning of the rainfall, and filtering and saving the rest.
This smart eco-living kit has everything you need to maximise your household’s grey water usage. With low rainfall and drought becoming an ever-present problem in the South African climate, we all need to do our bit to conserve precious water. Reusing the waste water from your washing machine, bath, shower and kitchen sink is a great place to start. With the “WaterWarrior” waste-pipe connector, you can easily use your grey water to wet your garden or wash your car, with no wastage. The eco-friendly laundry detergent, dishwashing liquid and body wash in the kit will help you keep your grey water free of harsh, toxin-laden chemical detergents.
So you’ve got the Slightly Greenish Water Warrior, but it doesn’t fit your pipes? Fear not. This reducing ring enables the 50mm Water Warrior to fit onto the 40mm pipes standard in many areas, including the Western and Eastern Cape. Just slip this on in between your pipe and your Water Warrior, and away you go.
Leaves and debris can clog gutters, making them less effective for directing water off the roof, which is especially a concern if you are trying to harvest rainwater. Universal Gutter Mesh can be installed on most types of gutters using nothing but a ladder and a strong pair of scissors, and will keep leaves and other biological debris from clogging your rain gutters. Clogged gutters can cause a lot of expensive damage to the house, from rotting fascia boards and window frames, to causing damp in the walls and more.
Installed partway down a down pipe gutter spout, the Rainwater Diverter allows you to funnel roof-caught rainwater and direct it to a specific place. For example, during a short rainfall, pools are hardly topped up and the garden rarely gets a decent soaking. If you would like to direct more rainwater to a specific area, you can attach the diverter to the nearest down pipe and attach a hose pipe to it to direct water directly into a specific place, say a veggie garden or the pool.
Save water when and where it really counts with the Water Warrior – the new hero in your garden! This nifty gadget is easy to use and effortlessly allows you to reuse the greywater from your home to water your garden. A wonderful solution to saving our precious natural resource, the Water Warrior from Slighty Greenish is a simple greywater waste-pipe connector that attaches to your 50mm or 40mm outlet pipes. It is made from high density PVC and is UV protected, with a simple and low-tech system that uses gravity instead of expensive pumps.
We don't all have the space for a large rainwater storage tank, and sometimes it’s access or seasonal water availability that's the problem. The Collapsible Tank makes installing in tight spots much easier, and the tank can be stored away either in times of little to no rain or when there is excessive rain, which reduces the need for storage. It makes storing rainwater in times of drought much easier and more accessible for more people, and the smaller capacity is often easier to manage for today's smaller homes.