The kleenUP Crew




#TreatAtTheSource Campaign

The Tallest Residential Skyscraper in Africa,
at a height of 173 m (567.6 ft), making it visible for miles. Kyle Odgers MD -Kleenhealth has taken a different approach to help to resolve our cities sanitation crisis with the help of Kevin Cotterell and Neil Deyes of the Kempston Group (The Owners of Ponte Towers) and Frank Leya of Africa in your own eyes. Kyle treated the toilets on the top floor of Ponte Towers with natural bacteria’s.

“PROTECTING OUR WATER, by relieving the pressure on our SANITATION one flush at a time. UPlifting Communities and helping to keep rivers clean by simply TREATING TOILETS AT THE SOURCE with our tried and tested PROBIOTIC FOR YOUR TOILET. Our blend of bacteria’s found in nature that TURNS THE SOLIDS INTO LIQUIDS within hours, starts to BREAKDOWN the WATERBORNE DISEASES and REMOVES THE FOUL ODOURS at the source.”

With the aid of additional Funding we aim to protect the start of the Jukskei River, Reduce Waterborne diseases by treating the top floors of as many buildings in and around the Hillbrow, Yeoville, Berea Areas. You can start to make a difference to help protect our water by simply pouring the natural probiotics into your Toilet before your next flush. Treating the challenge at the source will help to reduce blocked pipes and spillages, reducing the spread harmful bacteria’s. Our solutions include a dishwashing liquid additive that eats Fats, Oils and Greases therefore unblocking your drains at source.



Kleenhealth’s other available products are also different, they use nanotechnology for long lasting protection against bacteria’s, viruses, moulds and flying and crawling insects like mosquitoes that carry malaria. Creating a healthier living environment.

Take a tour of Ponte Towers with DlalaNje City Tours and you will be pleasantly surprised with the cleanliness and security of Ponte.
The views are breathtaking and at 54 Floors up your ears will pop on the way to the top.
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#FreshandCleanOceans @ Gauteng

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