There is not a product on the shelf for every situation. When you need a specialised plastic product that was built to last, choices can seem limited. But unlike other plastic manufacturing processes, custom rotational plastic moulding is very cost-effective, even for once-off orders. It’s not just due to the services and proficiency of manufacturers… Read More
Few things make as much sense for a property than to add water tanks or septic systems, particularly in South Africa’s savannah climate. They are cheaper than other construction projects, they add value in a matter of days and the range of choice means you are more likely to get the perfect fit for your… Read More
Your septic tank is a living filter. Inside it bacteria munch away at the waste we produce, rendering it more inert while keeping the bad stuff in one place. During the course of this process, which we explain in our post How septic tanks with bioreactors work, the bacteria create three products: wastewater or effluent,… Read More
Septic tanks are very important additions to many sites. They are invaluable to industrial locations and large residential complexes, where the volume of waste often can exceed what the local municipal infrastructure provides. A local septic tank system is a great way to reduce waste bills by recycling the waste water locally. Septic tanks are… Read More
Not all underground tanks for water or other liquids are manufactured to the same standard. Designing and building a tank for underground purposes is a difficult process, which means there are many opportunities for less-reputable brands to cut corners. But that may not reflect in the price tag. Just because something costs a lot and… Read More
When a building goes up, we often don’t think about what it takes to support that structure. In fact, you more often hear grumblings afterwards, about how new developments such as townhouse complexes or office parks are placing heavy strain on the surrounding municipal infrastructure. Smart and proactive developers do not leave the burden on… Read More
Humans have been worried about what to do with their sewage for about as long as we’ve been settling down. Even the Ancient Greeks built elaborate sewage systems to make sure they stand up to their knees in you-know-what.