Category Archives: Dam Levels

Relative low water demand

March 7, 2012   Relative low water demand shows that residents heeded conservation call It is evident that residents are still responding to the call to safe water as the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s demand is relatively low for similar … Continue reading

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Disruption in Water Supply

Residents requested to save water as transformer malfunction could affect supply Residents from large parts of Nelson Mandela Bay could experience the disruption in their water supply by lunch time today after an electrical transformer at the Loerie Water Treatment … Continue reading

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Water Costs in Nelson Mandela Metro

Residential consumers should be aware of the fact that water charges are calculated based on daily average consumption. The July and August reading dates for your meter appear on you July statement; alternatively a copy of your statement is obtainable … Continue reading

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Rainfall Figures for weekend of 22-24 July

Visit our Dam Levels page for an update on the current dam levels and water restrictions situation. Port Elizabeth 46.0mm Catchment   Humansdorp 106mm Jourbertina 32.8mm Patensie 67.0mm Kareedouw 55.0mm OTHER   Coega 47.8mm Uitenhage 57.6mm Port Alfred 65.4mm East … Continue reading

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Restrictions remain for Metro

Despite calls from businesses and residents to drop restrictions, the municipality would not say  when water restrictions would be dropped or eased. “We have not yet received any official notification from Water Affairs explaining when it will lift its restrictions,” … Continue reading

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Rain Fall figures as on 05 July 2011

Port Elizabeth   St Albumd 22mm Chetty 28mm Airport 40mm Lovemore Heights 46mm 3rd Ave Dip 47mm Riverstone Bridge 48mm Lorraine 52mm Parsons Hill 60mm     Humansdorp 40mm Uitenhage 12mm East London 42mm Grahamstown 27mm Addo 19mm Somerset East … Continue reading

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Latest Rainfall Figures in Eastern Cape

EASTERN CAPE  03 July 2011 CAPE ST FRANCIS 28 FLOWER RESERVE 10 JOUBERTINA AWS 01 NGQURA (COEGA) 03 PORT ELIZABETH 11 THIRD AVENUE DIP 26 TSITSIKAMMA 15

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Kouga dam is full!

Pictures of the Kouga dam on 12 June 2011.

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Latest Rainfall figures as on 10 June 2011

Eastern Cape Rainfall  figures for the last 24 hours ending at 08:00 on 9 June 2011 as supplied by Weather SA: ADDO ELEPHANT PARK 37 ALIWAL-NORTH PLAATKOP 09 BARKLY-OOS (CAERLEON) 02 BRIDLE DRIFT DAM ARS 27 BUFFELSFONTEIN 09 CAPE ST … Continue reading

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The Nooitgedacht Low Level Scheme

While the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro still suffers from strict water restrictions, the Municipality has in the meantime started with the upgrading of the Nooitgedacht Low Level Scheme. This upgrade, at a cost of R450 million, is aimed at allowing … Continue reading

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