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January 2018

5 unique hygiene issues in Cape Town

Written by Lemay Rogers
Environment and Green Hygiene

The recently implemented Level 6 water restrictions in Cape Town has lead residents and businesses alike into a more constrained 2018. On the 9th of January News24 reported that the City of Cape Town has lost R 1.6-billion in revenue due to the crisis.

Businesses have been asked to reduce consumption by 45% compared to the corresponding period in 2015 and residences continue to tighten their usage to remain with the strict allowances.

As a resident, or visitor to Cape Town, can you think of some hygiene considerations you would need to be aware of  whilst aiming to be water wise in Cape Town? Have a look at the infographic; here are 5 things you may not have thought of.

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Each drop of water counts; read our blog on How to save more grey water [in your office and home] for handy tips you can put into action to save water.

Ensure your co-workers are keeping water usage to a minimum:

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Lemay Rogers

Lemay Rogers

Lémay Rogers is the Marketing Manager for Rentokil Initial. When not contributing to the Initial blog, she is the custodian of all things Marketing for Rentokil Initial South Africa, and supports the Sub-Saharan African businesses. As a frequent traveller AND mother of a toddler, she is all too aware of how easily germs can travel with us, from one location to another and then back to our homes. Follow Lémay on Twitter and LinkedIn for practical advice on good hygiene practices, both at home and in the workplace.

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