Cape Town’s residents hold the key to helping the City beat the scourge of sewer system misuse. Operations to remove inappropriate materials from the sewer system, which causes blockages and overflows, are carried out on a daily basis and cost approximately R170 million per year to address. Materials such as ovens, sheep heads, garden chairs, […]
View the current season’s rainfall in Cape Town on this interactive map. http://www.csag.uct.ac.za/current-seasons-rainfall-in-cape-town/
We are very proud to announce that our temporary desalination plant in Strandfontein is now delivering high-quality, treated desalinated water into our supply system. This plant is injecting 4,7 million litres per day into the reticulation system and is being delivered to customers. It is foreseen that full production of 7 million litres will come […]
In the midst of a water crisis, citizens of Cape Town are being subjected to stringent water restrictions, yet developers continue to build unsustainable buildings that are not even required to have grey water systems. This needs to end now. We need a by‐law that requires all new developments to have grey water systems. Please […]
Due to the current drought, many Capetonians have restricted their water use to help save water. We appreciate your commitment and the huge effort you have made to save water. We are working hard to make new water available, to help us through the drought. We: • have doubled the output from the Atlantis aquifer […]
Public called to comment on draft Water Amendment By-law The City of Cape Town urges members of the public to comment on the draft Water Amendment By-law which, it is hoped, will further enhance Cape Town’s ability to become a more water-sensitive and resilient city in the future. Read more below: The existing Water By-law […]
Maiden’s Cove in Camps Bay will no longer be a designated place for fireworks to be set off after a motion was submitted to sub-council. To read the full article posted in the Atlantic Sun click here.