Water Rhapsody

6 Lanquedoc Road
Cape Town

Water Rhapsody

Green EnterpriseWater Recycling


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Water Rhapsody with 15 years experience in water conservation, is number one in South Africa in Grey water re-cycling systems and Rainwater harvesting systems. Against a global rainfall average of 870mm per year, South Africa receives a pitiful 450mm, making it the world's 30th driest country. With scant resources channelled to water infrastructure in South Africa, it is up to each one of us to play a role in water conservation. With Water Rhapsody we can go green and save a whole lot of bucks too.

In 1997 the WWF Trust Award was won by Water Rhapsody for the initiative shown by founder and inventor Jeremy Taylor in the creation of Water Saving systems that can save us up to 90% on water bills, taking people one step closer to living off the grid!

The solution begins with a passion to use water wisely, without changing your lifestyle. This can be done with the aid of reliable water conservation systems. Water Rhapsody’s grey water recycling system (Garden Rhapsody) for example can reduce a family’s water consumption by up to 50% . Further conservation systems including rainwater harvesting (Grand Opus) can reduce a municipal water and sewerage bill by 90%. Clients include universities, listed companies and the homes of so many people who repeatedly testify how Water Rhapsody have saved them.

Some clients are on their third systems in their third homes.

021 531 9864


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