Every Drop Counts
Whether you live in Cape Town or are just visiting the Mother City, we at Bidvest Premier Lounge urge you to save as much water as you can.
As the water crisis in Cape Town has reached level five, Bidvest Premier Lounge is doing everything it can to contribute to the solution, not the problem. What does Level Five Mean?
As the province moves into the Summer months, tougher measures have to be taken in order to preserve water. Level five water restrictions mean that if your household does not cut water usage by the appropriate amount, you could be subject to a hefty fine.
The City of Cape Town urges everybody to:
• Cut your water use to less than 87 litres, per person, per day;
• Use municipal drinking water only for essential washing, cooking, and drinking purposes, and only use indoors;
• Check and fix all leaks on your property;
• Limit household consumption to 20 kilolitres per month.
What is Bidvest Premier Lounge Doing? In an effort to save water, the shower facilities at the Cape Town Domestic lounge will no longer be available until further notice. Bidvest Premier Lounge clients should expect to see signage in all bathrooms as a reminder to save water.
As a business, Bidvest Premier Lounge will continue to save as much water as possible behind the scenes, day to day.
For more info on the Bidvest Premier Lounge, visit www.bidvestlounge.co.za. For more information on how you can be more water wise, please visit www.capetown.gov.za.