Save like a Local

  • Cape Town is experiencing its worst drought ever.

    At ILTM, our employees on the ground – and across the world – are doing all they can to provide support during the water crisis in Cape Town. We ask that all our partners and those attending ILTM Africa do the same. Together, we can avoid Day Zero.

    "Cape Town is in the midst of a severe drought. Our residents are working hard with the City to save water and only use water for essential purposes. We ask that all visitors join us on this mission and ‘Save like a Local’ by keeping your water usage to under 87* litres per day. We need everyone’s help to beat this drought. Please help us save water by adhering to the restrictions." – Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille

  • Care a little. Save a lot.

    Locals are doing all the can to save water, here's how you can help whilst in Cape Town for ILTM Africa 2018:

    • Wash your hands less frequently using hand sanitiser instead
    • Only flush the toilet when you really need to
    • Take short, stop-start showers
    • Don't leave the tap running while brushing your teeth

    More information.

    Water restrictions, including daily limits, are subject to change: please visit capetown.gov.za/thinkwater for the most up to date recommendations.

    For more information on the current water crisis, please consult the following releases from the City of Cape Town:

    Alternatively, please visit capetown.gov.za/thinkwater, follow @CITYOFCT for updates and download the leaflet.

    *Please note, that Level 6B water restrictions are in effect from 1 February 2018: Avoid Day Zero and use 50 litres per person per day.

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