Civil engineer and Baoberry CEO, Yolandi Schoeman, has created a grey water treatment system which will allow households to re-use grey water and to regain its original composition and natural quality.
The system has won her accolades both at home and internationally.
It is the first commercial available natural filter.
We are looking for about R1.2 million to start manufacturing the first 100 units. Hopefully, if we get the funding, we will start manufacturing the first 100 units in few months.— Yolandi Schoeman, civil engineer and Baoberry CEO
You can save on your monthly water bill costs and re-use your grey water and incorporate it into your rain water harvesting systems.— Yolandi Schoeman, civil engineer and Baoberry CEO
You can either connect it to the plumbing of your house or use it as a standing unit that operates manually.— Yolandi Schoeman, civil engineer and Baoberry CEO
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