Going Green / Saving the Planet / Recycling.

"Going green" means to pursue knowledge and practices that can lead to more environmentally friendly and ecologically responsible decisions and lifestyles, which can help protect the environment and sustain its natural resources for current and future generations.

A significant economic benefit of going green is that it helps lower costs and save money.
Use of renewable energy helps reduce energy consumption which in turn helps save money used on electricity bills. An apparent benefit of going green at home is that it helps reduce water and power bills significantly.


Raising funds for trees for ecosystem restoration and environmental sustainability learning.



BRS Reclaiming your future.



Every ELECTRIC VEHICLE : Robert's 2021 round-up of 75 EVs | 100% Independent, 100% Electric


Owlproject.org was founded almost 20 years ago with the purpose of introducing young black South African children to the wonderful world of owls, their beauty as well as their enormous potential as partners in the control and management of rats within the often rodent infested and impoverished communities in which they live. In order to achieve this, it was essential to demystify the negative stigma attached to owls in Southern Africa.

20 years on, 260 000 children and their parents have participated in the owlproject.org programme. A simple question to many urban South African child regarding owls will be met with the instantaneous answer, "they eat rats''. Many informal settlement schools now enjoy occupied owl boxes of their own and participate in owl pellet dissection programmes that contribute greatly to owl/prey data analysis. The programme has been presented at 2 world owl conferences and was awarded the Birdlife Africa Award for Conservation as well as an award from the International Owl Center in Houston, Minnesota. Owlproject.org is now underway with the continuation of this programme into other parts of South Africa as well as into our neighbouring African countries. The cornerstone of this programme is educational, although social and economic consideration is vital for the programme's success. In Africa, with its kaleidoscope of problems, from poverty, corruption, political and social unrest, the maxim "Without education there can be no conservation" could not be more true.

Contact Us

Tel: (+27) 011 791 7326
Cell: (+27) 076 360 9072
Email: info@owlproject.org
Address: Building A, Upper Floor, Lifestyle Business Park, Lifestyle Garden Center, Ysterhout Drive & Beyers Naude Drive, Randpark Ridge 2156.
Please contact us if you need information. We will be glad to help you! http://www.owlproject.org/home/


ECOmonkey, South Africa Saving the planet one bin at a time!

We are driven by a desire to make the sorting and collection of recyclable waste easy and hassle free.
We are driven by a desire to make the sorting and collection of recyclable waste easy and hassle free. ECOmonkey is committed to assisting with cleaning up our environment through the establishment of an environmentally friendly recycling collection service. We are driven to promote an Owner Driven collection service.

The wheelchair is one of the most commonly used assistive devices for enhancing personal mobility, yet, thousands of South Africans remain bed-ridden, rely on family members to carry them around or turn to unsafe and uncomfortable home-made alternatives. We believe that a wheelchair is a basic human right.

Together with the support of corporates, schools and volunteers, the sweethearts provide wheelchairs to those in need through the Tops & Tags initiative where plastic bottle tops and bread tags are recycled in exchange for wheelchairs. Generous donations maximise our impact and allow children to receive customised wheelchairs.

Collection Points

Use this interactive map to find a Collection Point near to where you live or work to deliver your Tops & Tags. Just scroll or zoom to search the area and click on the tag to see the contact details for the Collection Point.