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WHERE DO I BEGIN?

The easy anser is you begin by reading through the Afrisoul website, then schedule a site visit if you are able to install an Afrisoul water reuse system.

WHERE IS AFRISOUL LOCATED?

We are based in the City Bowl of Cape Town, South Africa, with our international science and research center based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA at The Global Water Center.

WHERE ARE YOUR PRODUCTS MADE?

Afrisoul systems hardware are supplied accross a local and global supply chain to provide consistancy, qualiity, and affordability. We have manufacturers in South Africa, USA, Canada, Germany, Israel, China, and more.

Manufacturer Warranties

Exchanges or returns are only valid if covered under the manufacturer warrenty. Afrisoul will cover shipping as well, if claim found valid, otherwise customer will pay for shipping.

City of Cape Town Water Restrictions Info

Please check with your local municipality regarding the relevant “By Laws" or "City Ordinances" that may be applicable to your system installation. These vary.

City of Cape Town Water Restrictions Info

The operation of wastewater treatment works is subject to the following legislation. This is applied and enforced by the Department of Water Affairs (DWA).

  • THE NATIONAL WATER ACT, 1998 (Act No 36 of 1998)
  • Amendments WATER ACT (No 399 OF 2004)
    1. Taking of water from a water source & storage of water
    2. Engaging in a controlled activity, identified as such in section 37(1): Irrigation of any land with waste or water containing waste generated through any industrial activity or by a water works
    3. Discharging of waste or water containing waste into a water resource through a pipe, canal, sewer or other conduit and disposing in any manner of water which contains waste from, or which has been heated in, any industrial or power generation process
    4. Disposing of waste in a manner which may detrimentally impact on a water resource.
  • THE WATER SERVICES ACT, 1997 (Act No 108 of 1997)
  • IRRIGATION LAW – Legal Limits
  • LEGAL STANDARDS WATER QUALITY
  • SPECIFICATIONS – Septic Tanks, Soakaways & Conservancy Tanks
  • GREY WATER GUIDELINES – CTCC