：The coastal city of Cape Town in South Africa will lift water restrictions from November 1, but still needs to comply with relevant regulations
The coastal city of Cape Town in South Africa will lift water restrictions from November 1, but still needs to comply with relevant regulations
Johannesburg, October 27 (Wang Lei) The city government of Cape Town, a coastal city in South Africa, stated thatWater restrictions will be lifted from November 1st and the lowest water price will be activated.But residents must still abide by relevant regulations,Such as watering time, commercial water standards, etc.
October 19 to October 25,The reservoir for the city of Cape Town is from 99.9% dropped to 99.2%.The water consumption during the same period increased from the average daily of the previous week to 7.1.8 billion liters,A slight decrease of 1 million liters,Down to 7.1.7 billion liters.The water level of the dam in the same period last year was 81.9%.
The city government stated thatAfter continuous evaluation,The city decided to lift Cape Town’s water restrictions,And change the water price to the lowest water price from November 1, 2020,That is, the water price is not restricted.
Cape Town is located at the southern tip of the African continent.For the Mediterranean climate,In 2018, there was a drought of “serious water shortage”.At that time, the monthly water consumption of each household was limited to 10.5 tons,Less than 87 liters of water per person per day.