New year, New you? Well not quite, but with the on-going water crisis across the Western Cape, it might be worthwhile making water a theme in your 2019 new year’s resolutions. While most of us have promised to hit the gym more, lose a few more kilos and be kinder to our mothers-in-law, we could make our list of resolutions a little less disappointing by incorporating a few simple water-saving changes in your daily water use. Read more →
Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or simply exercising recreationally, it’s important to stay hydrated. Proper hydration means getting the right amount of water before, during and after exercise. Proper hydration ensures nutrients are transported to give you enough energy and keep you healthy. In any fitness journey, there are certain elements you cannot negate, and water is one of those factors. Read more →
Reverse Osmosis has been a water trend for many years, with many businesses stemming from this process of water filtration. While this process is renowned for the effective removal of impurities, it has recently come to light in a World Health Organization(WHO) report that this process removes beneficial minerals too. The Reverse Osmosis process removes 92 – 99% of beneficial calcium and magnesium. Read more →
Desalination technologies were introduced about 50 years ago with more than 12,000 plants currently in operation around the world, producing around 40 million cubic meters of water per day. The number continues to grow as the need for water increases globally and especially in South Africa. Read more →
While Cape Town continues to experience severe water restrictions, the importance of water saving has become a priority in many of our lives. Clean, abundant water is one of the most essential resources around the world. Read more →
Most times we find ourselves gulping down the closest water source to ensure we stick to the three litres a day rule. This is mostly the case because ...