Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality

Dec
19

EKURHULENI HAS NOT RELAXED WATER RESTRICTIONS

EKURHULENI HAS NOT RELAXED WATER RESTRICTIONS
Despite stories doing the rounds, especially on social media, the City of Ekurhuleni has NOT relaxed water restrictions.On the contrary, Ekurhuleni is one of the municipalities that that has yet to reach the required 15 percent water saving, as imposed by national government. Water savings are monitored on a weekly basis and since the implementatio...
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Nov
25

Water presentations

Water presentations
The City of Ekurhuleni held engagement sessions with business regarding the water challenges and looked at, in part, restrictions and water rationing in the City. Held on 22 and 23 November both sessions were packed and presentations were given by the City, National Department of Water and Sanitation as well as Rand Water.You can download the prese...
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Nov
04

SAVE WATER TODAY … FOR TODAY

SAVE WATER TODAY … FOR TODAY
SAVE WATER TODAY … FOR TODAYWATER SHORTAGE WARNING!FACT:Between January and December 2016 South Africa received the lowest rainfall since the recording of rainfall began in 1904 – according to the South African Weather Service.FACT: The current drought is said to be one of the biggest drought events in living memory. The severity, however, is diffi...
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Oct
04

Save water today, for tomorrow

Save water today, for tomorrow
In response to a call by the National Department of Water and Sanitation, the City of Ekurhuleni is implementing measures to curb water consumption by 15 percent.A government gazette notice published on August 12 instructed water boards and municipalities to reduce their abstraction of water from the Integrated Vaal River System. This is due to pro...
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Jul
14

Water Saving Tips

Water Saving Tips
​Water is a resource that we cannot do without. Use it sparinglyThe City of Ekurhuleni brings you the following water wise tips:Taps When brushing your teeth remember to turn off the tap - a running tap wastes litres of water per minute. Leak detection and repair:To detect a slow leak add a few drops of food colouring to your toilet cistern.Don't ...
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