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Category: Water

Dam levels continue steady rise as restrictions are lowered

Dam levels continue to improve and have risen 1,9% over the last week to 75,9% of storage capacity. The average

Numerous Amendments to Water By-laws

The City of Cape Town last month approved a number of amendments to the Water By-law. In addition to noting

Water meter readings

From the City of Cape Town: Your home or business is connected to the City’s water network through a water

Water Saving a Worthwhile Investment in Cape Town Property

“Water saving features such as storage tanks, water efficiency devices, and boreholes in particular are unsurprisingly proving to be major

Day Zero now likely to happen – NEW EMERGENCY MEASURES

From the City of Cape Town. 18 JANUARY 2018 STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE MAYOR PATRICIA DE LILLE In summary:

Cape Town Water Crisis: What you’ll have to pay in ‘water tax’

Source: The South African Date: 2017-12-05 It is all but confirmed that from February next year, Cape Town will be introducing

Removal of alien vegetation at Wemmershoek Dam will help City save water and stretch supply

From: City of Cape Town Date: 15 November 2017 Today I visited the Wemmershoek Dam to view the progress made

Save Water – Stop Eating Meat!

To make a burger, first, you need 2498 litres of water …   Our severe drought in the Western Cape

Notice of immediate implementation of water rationing across Cape Town

31 October 2017 The City of Cape Town has activated water rationing to forcibly lower water usage in line with

Mayor De Lille visits desalination plant site at V&A Waterfront

Today I visited the site of one of the City of Cape Town’s modular land-based desalination plants. The plant will