As part of its Rethink the Bag initiative, the Two Oceans Aquarium ran a survey at a number of SPAR retailers in Cape Town. Waste Reduction – Far South volunteers ran the survey on behalf of Two Oceans at the Valyland SPAR in Fish Hoek. The results showed overwhelming support for re-useable shopping bags and […]
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AUW 2017 showcases innovative small scale water & electricity technologies that offer new models for localised service delivery,
Mayor De Lille announced that the introduction of the Home User electricity tariff including a R8.21 per day service fee will be delayed owing to public outcry.
Recycle messages on plastic shopping bags are misleading. Most are not recycled due to an additive. Stop buying bags. Help call to ban non recyclables.
Winter 2017 will be a dry one. Cape Townians get their heads & hands around Level 4 water restrictions and using water for drinking, cooking & washing only.
Arranged in an orderly non-alignment at the entrance to the Bee Line Art Exhibition was a collection of quirky blocks of wood each sporting a tin roof. The polished walls with neat yet random holes represented something! But what? A town for solitary bees? Miniature blocks of flats where each hole is a potential home? […]
What will you be paying for water & electricity from 1 July 2017 in Cape Town? No more free water & the City has introduced an R8.21 per day electricity fee.
Why isn’t Cape Town exploring desalination?
Home User Tariff includes R242 per month service fee for Cape Town households as of 1 July 2017. Is this fair? Q & A to Cape Town City Manager
A number of people have asked how one reads the water meter. Confused by the number of dials, spinning wheels and then the bar of digital numbers. What does it all mean? But first! Do you know where your water meter is? Do you know how to switch off your supply if a pipe bursts […]
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