Cape Town is living with the effects of an ongoing water shortage crisis that shows no abatement as of yet. Since the deadline for Day Zero has been extended to 2019, there has been a slight increase in water usage by Capetonians. Water by the numbers Cape Town officials have stated that there
Over the last two decades, the world has grown more and more environmentally conscious. People, in general, tend to look at things in an eco-friendly manner and are more than willing to make changes in their lifestyle to do their bit. We have seen a multitude of entrepreneurs establish successful businesses
Water Security Needs a Long-Term Focus – Start Harvesting Rain Water If the citizens of Cape Town have proven one thing, it is that by working together a lot can be achieved. Since the announcement of the Level 2 water restriction in 2016 till today and on Level 6B restrictions, residents
One phrase that has grabbed the attention of all Western Cape residents, Cape Town, in particular, are those two words that mean that all taps are to be turned off in the city – Day Zero. The water crisis in Cape Town means that Capetonians are currently under Level 6B water restrictions. This
The beautiful city of Cape Town, one of the six wonders of the world, is in the grip of the worst drought of the last 100 years. Some scientists even say that is is the worst drought in over 350 years. Everyone has an opinion about whose fault or whose responsibility
Rainwater Harvesting Systems – Become a Water-wise homeowner Rainwater Harvesting Systems are fast becoming the number one choice for homeowners who are looking for ways to make their homes more eco-friendly. It is an affordable method that is effortless and easy to maintain and allows you to reap the rewards.