Halve your water use to help avoid Day Zero

Day Zero is currently set for April 2018. Our collective action now can help push it out until the rainy season.

It is every Capetonian’s responsibility to use as little water as possible per day across all activities e.g. at home, work, school, gym, prayers or other.  Unless we all radically reduce our water use, we have just over 10 weeks of water left before we queue for water.

Level 6B water restrictions will be in effect from 1 February, with the following impact:

  •  Residents to use 50 litres per person per day; across home, work, school or elsewhere.
  • Commercial properties need to reduce usage by 45% compared with the corresponding period in 2015 (pre-drought)
  • Agricultural users need to reduce usage by 60% compared with the corresponding period in 2015 (pre-drought)
  • New tariff for commercial and industrial consumers is expected to move to R40 per kilolitre (excl VAT). See City’s website or media for updates.

Further information available on the City of Cape Town website at www.capetown.gov.za/thinkwater

INVITE: Cape Town Drought Crisis Breakfast Session

The SAPOA Western Cape Regional Council brings you a breakfast presentation on the drought crisis and commercial property sector participation. 1 February 2018, The River Club Conference Centre

RSVP by 26 January 2018 or email Jehan Adams at wc.sapoa@sapoa.org.za



Draft Water Amendment By-law comment period extended until 31 January 2018

To subscribe for regular updates on drought crisis and Day Zero -related information, email business.events@capetown.gov.za

Many thanks and wishes for the best possible 2018
The Forum team


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