JO JO TANK’S

Cockburn councillor Bart Houwen and Professor Peter Newman say that properly developed, Cockburn could be another Perth city or Fremantle. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d398597
Cockburn councillor Bart Houwen and Professor Peter Newman say that properly developed, Cockburn could be another Perth city or Fremantle. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d398597

‘It really is the case that every drop counts ” and consumers are at the front line of the battle to save our water supply,’ Jo Jo Tank’s director Liza Joubert said.

Jo Jo Tanks prides itself on its service, customer care, after sales help and availability.

A member of the team will visit you within a day or two, do an onsite quote and installations are done within a week.

‘Householders need to realise that the buck stops with them ” and we must curb demand,’ Ms Joubert said.

Rainwater can be used for gardening, filling up the pool, reticulation and for washing in and around the home.

Ms Joubert said having a rainwater tank changed people’s attitudes towards water use because it enabled consumers to see how much water they have collected and used, which acts as a visual and physical reminder of how they use water and the impact of that use.

Using a rainwater tank also creates a consciousness around usage and saving of money and water and the positive feeling of doing the right thing by using a green eco friendly product.

‘It’s also possible to link your rain water tank to your laundry and toilets, saving up to 50 thousand litres of water next year,’ She said.

Ms Joubert will be speaking on rain harvesting as part of Garden Week, which runs from April 18 to 22 at Perry Lakes.

Visit Unit 4, 59 Buckingham Drive, Wangara, or call 0410 132 987.