BioHaven Floating Islands launched in South Africa!

26 October 2011

Part of the audience at today’s BioHaven launch outside Cape Town (Photo: TheSquashedTomato)

Today saw the well-attended launch of the BioHaven floating island concept in South Africa.   16o people turned up and were treated to a morning of interesting events and a buffet lunch kindly sponsored by Klein Joostenberg Bistro.  The audience were provided with details of this “concentrated wetland effect” technology and the benefits it offers.   Many left with a new and invigorated understanding of how wetlands work.

We would like to thank all those who took the time to come and learn about this revolutionary approach.  We would also like to thank Susan from the Bistro for their efforts and kind support!

PLEASE NOTE:  DH Environmental Consulting is no longer associated in any manner or form with Van Den Berg Garden Village, Ms Toos de Jong, or with Muller Environmental (Mrs LG Muller).  Furthermore, DH Environmental only markets genuine BioHavens and not with copies or any form of illegal appropriation of the intellectual property of Floating Island International (FII).

Bill Harding explaining how the BioHavens work (Photo: TheSquashedTomato)


A newly-planted island on its first day in the dam. (Photo: TheSquashedTomato)

Something for that old bath (Photo: TheSquashedTomato)

Bill Harding with a demonstration-size BioHaven (Photo: TheSquashedTomato)

One Response to BioHaven Floating Islands launched in South Africa!

  1. Jan G Brink says:

    Great idea hope to see this implemented where ever we have open water sources that need to be clarified

    Jan G Brink

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