JoJo Tanks supports National Sanitation Week

Date: 10 August 2018

JoJo Tanks supports the Department of Water and Sanitation’s National Sanitation Week, held on the 15th to 19th of May 2017. The theme of this year’s Sanitation Week is ‘Sanitation for Health and Dignity’. JoJo Tanks has long echoed this statement in its approach to business believing that ‘Water is life and sanitation is dignity’. We believe sanitation … Read more

JoJo Tanks supports the Department of Water and Sanitation’s National Sanitation Week, held on the 15th to 19th of May 2017. The theme of this year’s Sanitation Week is ‘Sanitation for Health and Dignity’. JoJo Tanks has long echoed this statement in its approach to business believing that ‘Water is life and sanitation is dignity’.

We believe sanitation is a human right because:

  • a lack of sanitation leads to a poor quality of life
  • sanitation protects human dignity
  • poor sanitation leads to poor health
  • inadequate sanitation threatens ecological balance

As South Africa’s leading water storage solutions provider, JoJo Tanks supports this with a range of sanitation tanks to suit every household need.  Our range of sanitation products includes:

Celebrate National Sanitation Week by investing South Africa’s sanitation security! Learn more about sanitation systems with JoJo Tanks here.

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JoJo offers a wide range of storage solutions to suit every application – from domestic and agricultural to industrial and commercial.

Ranging in sizes from 260 litres to 20 00 litres, our storage tanks are suitable for storing a wide range of materials such as rainwater, chemicals, fertilisers, diesel, sewerage and more.

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For enquiries contact 011 695 8300 or email productinfo@jojotanks.co.za

Address: 198 Howick Cl, Vorna Valley, Midrand, 1686