The Green Lifestyle News
No doubt, the economic situation has impacted on the pockets of many people and the trend that landscapers are currently seeing in the requests from their middle income clients is the choice to include more fruit trees and vegetable spots in their gardens. Homeowners are also investing in earthworm bins and recycling their left-over food and organic waste through vermiculture in their gardens as earthworm compost.
Time to get our hands dirty!!!
We would like to invite you to a Spring clean up on Saturday 19th September at 9am. Spring is around the corner and we thought that there is no better way of celebrating it than a day in nature...
ANTI - GLOBAL WARMING SUPER HERO
we have tied up with Green Peace and we have put the challenge out to schools in our area. The teams and cpmpetition was a great success and we thank everybody involved for all the fun effort that went into this.
Brightwater Commons saves water resources
The increasing burden our way of life is placing on resources and the negative effect our consumption patterns are having on the environment is swiftly leading to the...
Brightwater Press release: Nearly 50 000kg's of waste deposited at Brightwater for recycling
Thanks to the amazing support of Joburg's residents The Brightwater Commons' campaign to get the community living a "greener" lifestyle has been a resounding success with nearly 50 000kgs of recyclable waste deposited at the centre in just over two months...
Plover Park - A park for the community
Plover Park, directly behind Brightwater Commons in Charmaine Ave. President Ridge, lies on 5 000 square metres of land which was originally sold to the Town Council of Randburg with restrictive conditions of title to be used "for municipal purposes, as a park".