Water is a key resource that the world cannot survive without. It has been confirmed that people in Southern Africa are living in a water-scarce country and need practical solutions to the problem of water shortages.
Our water harvesting and recycling systems can produce water from thin air through the application of condensation-based technology, coupled with advanced filtration processes, producing high-quality drinking water. This is a highly sustainable and environmentally sound solution. This is not the only system that we provide, our grey water recycling and rainwater harvesting systems are also designed to make a big impact in water conservation efforts. Furthermore, Green Leaf offers clients the supply and installation of septic tanks.
Contact one of our Green Leaf consultants today about our various water harvesting and recycling systems.
Septic tanks treat effluent, which allows you to reuse/recycle the treated water for your outdoor irrigation. Effluent is the wastewater that comes from toilets, dishwashers and waste disposal. It makes up 15-30% of domestic wastewater.
How it works
Water is recycled within the septic tank, which goes through a special process before being used to water the lawn or non-food gardens via underground pipe systems.
Benefits of bio-mite Septic Tanks:
The benefits of these septic tanks are greater than one may think. Filtered effluent is not only beneficial for the home garden and lawn, but it is also good for the environment. Benefits include:
Backup or buffer tanks offer water security during water shortages or cuts. The system consists of a buffer tank where the water flows through and is always kept full in case there is a water shortage or cut and the booster pump connected to the system continues to pressurise the premises using this water stored in the buffer tank.
Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and storage of rainwater for reuse on-site, rather than allowing it to run-off.
Normally, rainwater would flow off a roof and down a drain, without being utilised. By implementing rainwater harvesting systems on your property, you can collect and store rainwater for further use. Uses include water for gardens, livestock, irrigation and can be utilised for all domestic needs. With added filtration rainwater can be recycled into water that is safe to drink