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Jojo Tank Prices for June 2016

  5000l Vertical Jojo Tank = R3669.80 excl Vat(EC Province only) R3725.70 Excl Vat – Rest of SA 2500l Vertical Jojo Tank = R2129.13 Excl Vat(EC Province only) R2440.90 Excl Vat – Rest of SA     Delivery in Eastern … Continue reading

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Solution to Bloemfontein Water Crises

Water tanks in Bloemfontein Water Pumps in Bloemfontein Bloemfontein is experiencing another  water crisis.  The latest supply problems are due to the sluice gates at Mockes Dam being blocked by debris, tree branches and mud as the dam level reached … Continue reading

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Bloudruppel Status

KAAPSTAD. – Vier munisipaliteite in die Wes-Kaap kan met van die skoonste drinkwater in die land spog. Die minister van omgewingsake en waterwese, Edna Molewa, het 8 Mei op ’n nuuskonferensie die vierde Bloudruppel-verslag bekend gemaak wat ’n aanduiding van … Continue reading

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Water Supply affected in Walmer

Press Release   May 16, 2012 Water supply to several areas affected as leak on Airport runway are fixed The water supply to Walmer – below 7th Avenue, South End, Forest Hill, Humewood and some surrounding areas, will be affected … Continue reading

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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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World Wetlands Day, 2 February

What is World Wetlands Day? 2 February each year is World Wetlands Day. This day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of … Continue reading

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The Package of Decisions made at COP 17 in Durban 2011:

The Package of decisions known as the Durban Platform, centered around adaption, green climate fund, technology and strategies to support developing countries. Work will begin on this immediately under a new group called the Ad Hoc Working Group on the … Continue reading

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What is a Carbon Footprint?

What is a Carbon Footprint? Carbon refer to Carbon Dioxide, a colourless odourless gas, formed by the burning of carbon/fossil fuels, or breathed out by animals/humans from the lungs Footprint – Impression of a human or an animal foot on … 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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