Hibiscus Gutters

Water Tanks
Our quality of water is deteriorating daily, more and more provinces are experiencing water shortages, water is precious and we should be thinking Green! Think ahead, prepare now for the future.

Hibiscus Gutters rain watering harvesting using your Seamless Aluminium Gutters:
Rainwater harvesting is the collection, storage and distribution of rainwater and the perfect storage facility for rainwater is a water tank.

Rainwater can essentially be used anywhere you use tap water.

The idea of using drinking water to flush toilets and water lawns is wasteful and irresponsible, especially in light of the population growth and water shortages across the country.

Rainwater harvesting greens your home and lessens your environmental footprint.

Rainwater is an absolutely FREE source of water.

You will reduce flooding and erosion caused by storm water run off.
Hibiscus Gutters will work with you to find the best water storage solutions by maximising the use of your rain water run off into a suitable area. We are able to build the correct base for the water tank, provide you with the right sized water tank and connect this up to your gutter run off using downpipes.
Water Facts - That we need to know about:

  • Some 1.1 billion people, or 18 % of the word's population, lack access to safe drinking water, and over 2.4 billion people lack access to adequate sanitation.
  • More than 2.2 million people in developing countries, most of them children, die each year from diseases associated with lack of access to safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation.
  • A report released in early October 2009 by the Water Research Commission of South Africa found that South Africa has 4% less water than 20 years ago.
  • Rand Water is predicting that demand for water in South Africa will outstrip supply by 2025. It also believes that Gauteng is potentially facing a water shortage as early as 2013.
  • If South Africans continue with their wasteful water practices, there simply will not be enough water to meet the country's future needs and, we may have to start paying even more for water!
  • In Cape Town the scenario is not much better with a water shortage prediction by 2016.
South Africans can change the scenario by changing their behaviour towards water usage and becoming water wise and savvy about rainwater harvesting.

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