Avid home gardeners usually pride themselves on their well manicured lush green lawns and gardens. However, not only do these require continuous attention but also thousands and thousands of litres of water.
For many homes that are able to spend approximately R80,000 to sink a borehole, finding time to spend attending to the garden is the most of their concerns, not spending precious drinking water to keep their garden green. Weather or not you have the luxury of a borehole and still wish to have the pleasures of a lush green garden, with out spending a significant portion of their earning on their water bill, Water Rhapsody greywater irrigation systems offers you your perfect solution.

Greywater irrigation system

The Garden Rhapsody collects wash water from your shower, bath, hand wash basin and laundry to irrigate your garden. This water is high in nutrients and helps fertilize the soil. The wash water also known as greywater is sent though a filter and once enough water is collected it is automatically sprinkled over your garden. Typically this would be at times when there is a high indoor water demand, usually early morning and late evening.

With a Garden Rhapsody greywater irrigation system you’ll no longer forget the garden tap on, or worry which days of the week is your allocated watering day. You’ll be able to plan the rest of your day without needing to be at home to water your precious garden. Just take a shower or bath, which ever you prefer, wash your laundry and the Garden Rhapsody takes care of your garden. While you relax in your bath know that your plants will appreciate every drop and know that the water won’t be put to waste.  The epitome of going green.

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