Category: Community Upliftment

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    Water quality in South Africa: Is my water safe to drink?

    In January 2017, the latest Blue Drop report was released by the Department of Water and Sanitation. This water quality report showed that, of the 1 036 municipal drinking water systems evaluated, only 44 complied with Blue Drop status standards. Although this marks a decline in our water quality since the previous Blue Drop report, … Read more

  • Introducing JoJo’s new Disruptor filter range!

    Our new JoJo Disruptor filter removes more contaminants than any other filter on the market to ensure clean, safe and great-tasting water. It removes: Bacteria Viruses Parasites Sediment Medication Chlorine

  • Rainwater harvesting with JoJo Tanks: Everything you need to know.

    If the recent nationwide droughts have reminded us of anything, it’s that we live in a water scarce country. According to the WWF, South Africa is the 30th driest country in the world. This, combined with often unreliable water infrastructure, means that we have to find smart ways to ensure water security when supply is … Read more

  • How can you help? Water preservation is everyone’s responsibility

    South Africa has the potential to become a water-barren land when compared to other countries that experience regular, plentiful rainfall. In times of drought, this is exacerbated and, occasionally, leads to crises as is the current case in the Western Cape. As a “permanently” dry country, all citizens should continuously take proactive measures to save … Read more

  • How can we overcome the sanitation backlog in South Africa?

    The dream of a country where all of its people are connected to proper sanitation systems is still some way off for South Africa. While access to basic sanitation is every South Africa’s constitutional right, the reality is that millions of South Africans are still serviced by pit latrines. This means increased exposure to pathogens … Read more

  • JoJo Tanks supports National Sanitation Week

    JoJo Tanks supports the Department of Water and Sanitation’s National Sanitation Week, held on the 15th to 19th of May 2017. The theme of this year’s Sanitation Week is ‘Sanitation for Health and Dignity’. JoJo Tanks has long echoed this statement in its approach to business believing that ‘Water is life and sanitation is dignity’. We believe sanitation … Read more

  • Why waste water? Jojo endorses and supports world water day

    World Water Day, recognised annually on 22 March around the world, recognises the international need for people to take action in order to preserve our most precious natural resource – water! It is a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocates for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Each year World … Read more

  • Why JoJo Tanks means water security

    With our aging water infrastructure becoming increasingly overburdened and less reliable, combined with lower and more erratic rainfalls, people are becoming more proactive in ensuring they can maintain a constant water supply to their homes. JoJo Tanks is playing a central role in helping residents overcome these challenges with its range of water storage solutions. … Read more

  • How can we save water?

    All of us should adopt a water conservation approach that is a combination of reducing the amount of water used, conserving water better, recycling as much as we can and being sensitive to the many competing demands placed on this fragile resource Water is the lifeblood of the planet and we have a responsibility to … Read more

  • Build it Customer Satisfaction Award presented to JoJo Tanks

    JoJo Tanks, South Africa’s leading manufacturer of polyethylene tanks and containers for domestic and agricultural markets, was a recent recipient of Build it’s “No. 1 Customer Satisfaction Award” for 2016. Build it is an independent group of retailers that specialise in the supply of building materials and hardware, with over 300 stores across both urban … Read more

  • Rainwater Harvesting and Water Conservation

    Rainwater harvesting systems (RWHS) can look and sound complicated but it is actually an easy and ancient method to simply catch free water from the sky.  The water harvested is stored in tanks to use for non-potable household uses including watering the garden, flushing toilets, washing clothes and cars and topping up pools and ponds. … Read more

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