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World Water Day 2018

By |March 23rd, 2018|

WORLD Water Day was celebrated on 22 March.

There are over 663 million people living without a safe water supply close to home, spending countless hours queuing or trekking to distant sources, and coping with the health impacts of using contaminated water.

This year’s theme explores how we can use nature to overcome the water challenges of […]

LDS leads the way with water savings

By |February 7th, 2018|

LOGISTICAL Distribution Services (LDS), the company responsible for trucking Eco Wash products to our clients in Cape Town, is leading the way with innovative cost savings to help the drought-stricken Western Cape Capital.

Brad Pascoe, National Sales Manager of LDS, commented: “Our transport company has reduced our transport costs from Jhb to CT by 10% to […]

Level 6 restrictions threaten Cape Town

By |December 12th, 2017|

THE City of Cape Town will introduce level 6 water restrictions from January 2018. This will coincide with a controversial ‘water tax’ or ‘drought levy’ which is likely to come into effect in February next year.

A statement from the Western Cape Provincial Government Gazette released on Friday, 1st December, mentions the restrictions.

The City of Cape […]

ANC calls Zille a “lame duck”

By |October 22nd, 2017|

WESTERN Cape Premier Helen Zille has blamed competing companies for fuelling confusion about the City of Cape Town’s alternative water plans‚ while the ANC says DA infighting is delaying implementation.

Zille was addressing the media about the Western Cape government’s water-saving measures and the green energy alternatives being used at government buildings. The province is experiencing […]

Support Tyre Rack, they care!

By |July 25th, 2017|

WHEN a business cares for society and the environment, you can bet your last rand they will care for your car too!

The Tyre Rack in Parklands Cape Town, installed Eco Wash at their Auto Service Centre recently with the specific aim of saving water in drought-stricken Cape Town – every litre saved means something!

Recently, in […]

An oasis for refreshments and an Eco Wash!

By |June 12th, 2017|

ANDRIETTE Nel and husband David own the R03 Oasis Water franchise at the Oasis Shopping Centre in Blueberry Road, Honeydew.

They’ve added the water-saving Eco Wash to their portfolio and have washers turning out beautifully cleaned cars in the parking areas between Post Office and the Honeydew Fruit Market, a popular stopover for residents of the […]

Cape Town looks to emergency water measures

By |April 4th, 2017|

DESPITE some rain in parts, yesterday, the City Of Cape Town remains in a water crisis and is looking into small-scale emergency schemes to help support water supply in the short term.

A local government state of disaster due has already been declared.

The city says at current levels, there’s only around four months of useable water […]

Support Hout Bay Caltex!

By |February 26th, 2017|

THE Hout Bay Service Station installed Eco Wash a few years ago and they’re still doing their part to save water in the drought-stricken Cape Town.

They posted on Facebook: “The City of Cape Town recently announced LEVEL 3B water usage restrictions, effective from 01 FEBRUARY 2017. The Level 3B restrictions come as a result of […]

Eco Wash is ideal for Clarens

By |January 10th, 2017|

CLARENS, in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains, is nicknamed the “Jewel of the Eastern Free State”, with its beautiful scenery, friendly townsfolk, a well-known art community and several superb restaurants.

At Ash River Lodge, one of the top guest houses in Clarens, Mike Botha recently installed Eco Wash. He joint-owns the lodge with a partner […]

Gauteng residents and business fined for water wasting

By |October 20th, 2016|

LOCAL communities all over Gauteng have responded to Johannesburg Water’s announced restrictions by enforcing the measures and imposing fines to individuals and business who have not adhered to the rules.

Johannesburg Water’s restrictions came into effect on 5 September in conjunction with section 44(3) of the Water Services bylaws which, among other measures, prohibits the watering […]