Garden ResQ

Grey Water Systems


Fish Hoek
Cape Town
South Africa
Tel: 082 495 7997 (Simon)
082 782 3927 (Mark)



Welcome to the pages of Garden ResQ pages dedicated to grey water and grey water recycling.

These pages contain grey water reuse information, interesting facts and pages that you, the reader, can comment on or even share your unique point of view. By sharing your success stories or the tips you may have on water conservation around your business or home, you assist us in educating, not only the general reader who is at this stage is possibly researching a school project but also a homeowner who is wanting to go green in their homes.

Our responsibility as a company lies not only in the marketing and sales of our grey water recycling products – but in educating and encouraging debate on how we all can contribute to a wider understanding of grey water systems and safe grey water reuse and recycling.

What we encourage in grey water recycling and reuse is not new. Grey water recycling (or graywater as an alternate spelling) has been encouraged and utilised for many years internationally as a form of irrigation and water savings. South Africa is however still a few years behind the rest of the world when it comes to the recycling and reuse of grey water but we are catching up fast

Australia is considered, by many, as the leaders in the field of water recycling. This is evident in the fact that many of Australia’s local governments offer substantial rebates to the homeowner who installs an approved grey water system. Garden ResQ, is fortunate to be one of those approved suppliers. By recognising the fact that if we reduce the demand for potable water normally used for garden irrigation, we increase the reserves of drinking water and water available for agriculture and industry that require clean water. Our gardens are certainly not that fussy and love grey water.


This simple concept dovetails with governments requests to its citizens for the drastic reduction in fresh water usage and thereby helping generate a water surplus. Our dam levels are not what they should be and can be view here. By reusing the grey water generated from a home, it is possible that the homeowner can expect up to a 50% reduction in their water usage as this is the percentage of water that is normally used to water the garden – half your water bill.

Our aim is simple. Garden ResQ wishes to assist you in your drive to save water in the home. In order for us to achieve this we have the following:

1. A simple yet effective method of redistributing your bathroom water to your garden.

2. A system that will not cost you and arm and a leg.

3. A system that is delivered pre assembled. All you need to do is “plug it in”

4. A system that does not require holes in the garden

There has never been a better time to recycle your water now that the Maxi and Maxi Pro is available in South Africa. Once seen as a nice to have because of the expense, it is now regarded by many as a obvious requirement for all homeowners wishing to save water – and their gardens. The Maxi units cost less than you ever imagined – or were quoted.

Is climate change real? Whatever our views is it not time to consider the 3 R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Once we implement a recycling program, we are on our way to an ecofriendly and sustainable lifestyle.






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