Midas Paints Tygervalley is finding new ideas in the creation of an Environmentally Sustainable Painting Industry.

Environmentally Sustainable Painting Industry

Environmentally Sustainable Painting Industry

Midas Paints Tygervalley’s first innovation prior to water restrictions was the development of our own Envirowash Machine. We believe that producing ZERO VOC paint is not good enough to be Environmentally Sustainable and a holistic approach to protecting the environment is needed. We took our commitment to a sustainable environment one step further by introducing the Grey Rain Water Tanks Project and Water Rescue Greywater System.

With Level 6 Water Restrictions in place in Cape Town, special permission is required to use water for high-pressure washing which is critical to the success of a paint job. There are other methods of surface cleaning such as mechanical abrasion or sanding, this is extremely costly, labour and time intensive, e.g. imagine trying to sand by hand an entire block of flats in Sea Point?
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Midas Paints Tygervalley is finding new ideas in the creation of an Environmentally Sustainable Painting Industry.

Envirowash Machine from Midas Paints Tygervalley

Envirowash Machine from Midas Paints Tygervalley


The amazing and unique Envirowash Machines!

Its called Envirowash because it is a responsible way of washing paint brushes and rollers instead of washing the waste down the drain. The disposal system ensures that paint waste and residues from application systems are managed and disposed of in a safe, responsible manner at a registered disposal agency.

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Water Rescue Grey Water System FOD 1000 with Ozone Generator

Water Rescue Grey Water System FOD 1000 with Ozone Generator


Water Rescue Greywater System

Treated Greywater:
The optimal way to recycle greywater is the Water Rescue Greywater System way with no chemicals.
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Grey Rain Water Tanks Project by Midas Paints Tygervalley

Grey Rain Water Tanks Project

 

Grey Rain Water Tanks Project:

The other Environmentally Sustainable innovation is that Midas Paints Tygervalley started harvesting rainwater from factory roofs. Managing Director Sean Rack: “there are hundreds of thousands of square metres of catchment areas on factory roofs that just gets washed down the drains, we have encouraged our contractor clients to buy water storage tanks from us to conserve water for high-pressure washing and building maintenance.
We harvest rainwater from our warehouse roof in Parow and supply this water to our contractors with water who need to high-pressure wash.
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Midas Paints Tygervalley is finding new ideas in the creation of an Environmentally Sustainable Painting Industry.

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