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Saving gets a smart solution

Cape Town’s drought has changed most South Africans’ thinking around water usage and the future of the country’s water supplies. Government tariffs and self-regulation has meant a re-think in our relationship with water and how we go about using, saving and re-purposing this scarce resource.

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Water map shows more households are saving

The City of Cape Town has praised water users for further decreasing their usage resulting in a drop in consumption over the last week. The average water consumption for the previous week was 505 million-litres per day, which is 20-million litres per day down from the preceding week.

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