Predictions that Cape Town dams will be `dry’ by March 2018 mean that we need to be more frugal with the water now. How to use less than 87 liters?
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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.
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.
Why isn’t Cape Town exploring desalination?
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 […]
Stricter water savings to lower consumption so our dams aren’t sucked dry before the rains means more restrictions & stricter enforcement of top consumers.
Getting hotter under the collar trying to find out about level 3 water restriction rules, look at the FAQ. Also, frail people can apply to use a hose.
While many households are panicking about surviving the serious water restrictions, Pat and Gerda’s home in Cape Town is a celebration of being water wise.
Cape Town has to turn water woes into becoming water wise. New punitive price increases aim to fast track water saving compliance targeted at 20 -30%.
Cape Town has little choice but to implement stringent water efficiency and savings mechanisms, including price hikes in Nov 2016. How will this affect you?
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