Eco Tanks brings water relief to drought-hit Nelson Mandela Bay
With the help of hardware and plumbing retailers, Eco Tanks has reduced consumer prices
The Nelson Mandela Bay metro water crisis is already a reality for many residents. Communications from the metro’s mayoral committee suggest water provision and supply may end by June or July 2021. There is a huge need for water conservation and awareness, buy-in from the city’s residents, and a need to implement water-saving tips.
Eco Tanks is proud to have been part of the domestic and industrial alternative water provision solution in and around Nelson Mandela Bay for the past 60 months.
Eco Tanks has teamed up with selected retail partners to provide rainwater harvesting solutions to the communities affected by interrupted municipal water supply, to help ensure water provision for all those affected.
In many of the underprivileged communities, Eco Tanks partnered with charities to provide schools and day care providers with alternative rainwater harvesting solutions and offers support to the community projects.
With the help of hardware and plumbing retailers, Eco Tanks reduced consumer prices to ensure the cost of rainwater harvesting products does not increase due to demand, but is consistent or even lower on selected products.
The company has promoted its drought relief initiatives in the metro with the support of the participating retail merchants in the city. Four popular discounted product lines can be found at Cashbuild, Builders Warehouse and Express stores, The Coop, Buco, Spilhaus, Plumblink and BKB.
Eco Tanks thanks its loyal retail partners and the greater metro for their valued and support of its company, brand and products.
This article was paid for by Eco Tanks.
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