Dam Levels as at 14th May
Lest we have lost motivation to save water possibly these latest dam level readings will re-inspire us all to make every effort to save water. Collective dam levels have dropped 22.45% from 24% (1.5% in a month). With no heavy rainfall in forecasts the situation worsens by the day.
Dam Levels as at 16th April
Week by week our dam levels fall lower and lower and this week fall below 24% to just 23.99%.
Dam Levels as at 9th April
Hopefully, some winter rain will bless the Nelson Mandela Bay dam catchment area for dam levels continue to fall.
Dam Levels as at 3rd April
Dam levels have again fallen in the past week in spite of the rains we experienced which seemed to do little more than green up our gardens. Obviously there is no need to remind readers to do all they can to save water. Old habits are sometimes hard to break but that 10-minute hot shower is simply a no-no! Levels have dropped from a collective 72143 Ml to 68699 Ml since 19th February.
Dam Levels as at 26th March
As can be seen from the graphs below the water situation is not improving with dam levels collectively below 25%, a slight decrease from last month. With the Easter holidays ahead of us we must make sure visitors are aware of the serious water shortages we are facing and they must assist us by saving water wherever possible.
Dam levels as at 19th March
In spite of the wonderful rains we have had in St Francis, it seems the catchment area is not benefitting as there has been a slight decrease in overall dam levels from last week. No need then to remind everyone to do all they can to SAVE WATER!
Dam levels as at 12th March
Dam levels at 19th February
Share your ideas or what you are doing to save water as a business or individual
Capetonians are coming up with some innovative ideas to save every last drop. Let’s see what ideas we in St Francis can come up with. St Francis Today will leave this page up as a forum whare readers can add their ideas.
Comments can also include where people are seen to be abusing water suchas a neighbour washing a car with a hose or a leaking tap on the beach.
All deas welcome – we are in a dire situation and need to save every drop