Reservoir Prices In South Africa

What is Reservoir?

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“Reservoir” as a technical term, most commonly refers to an enlarged lake behind a dam. Such a dam may be either artificial, built to store fresh water or it may be a natural formation.

Reservoir Prices In South Africa

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RESERVOIRS 1.5M HIGH

DIAMETERHEIGHT (TO THE BRIM)VOLUMEPRICE95% SHADE CLOTHCORRUGATED ROOF
3m1.5m10 000 litresR12 980R2 365R6 555
4m1.5m19 000 litresR18 715R2 750R10 120
5m1.5m30 000 litresR20 790R4 070R14 080
6m1.5m43 000 litresR25 305R7 260R21 175
7m1.5m59 000 litresR29 580R8 030R25 300
8m1.5m77 000 litresR35 520R9 570R28 050
9m1.5m98 000 litresR41 580R11 550R38 500
10m1.5m121 000 litresR43 600R13 750R42 350

How does a reservoir work?

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A reservoir is an artificial lake where water is stored. Most reservoirs are formed by constructing dams across rivers.

A reservoir can also be formed from a natural lake whose outlet has been dammed to control the water level. The dam controls the amount of water that flows out of the reservoir.

Can you drink water from a reservoir?

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Never drink water from a natural source that you haven’t purified, even if the water looks clean. Water in a stream, river, or lake may look clean, but it can still be filled with bacteria, viruses, and parasites that can result in waterborne diseases, such as cryptosporidiosis or giardiasis.

Why do we need reservoirs?

A reservoir is an artificial lake created in a river valley by the construction of a dam. The most critical purpose of reservoirs is flood risk management.

Reservoirs collect water during times of high rainfall, reducing flood risk, and then release the water slowly over the following weeks and months.

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