Water Wise Watch: December 2019
This month at Water Wise
A season to be jolly!
There are many ways to save money during the festive season, some of which include creating a budget if you have not done so already or finding products on sale. However, have you ever heard of the phrase 'save water, save money'? One might not consider this as a common way of saving money but it is possible. Saving water in your house hold can help to reduce your water bill.
This December, challenge yourself to saving big on water and money. You can start by calculating your water use using the newly developed Water Wise calculator which you can find by clicking the link: http://calculator.waterwise.co.za. Do not forget to visit our website for more information and tips on saving water.The Water Wise family would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Water Wise Events
The Johannesburg International Flower Show
Water Wise embarked on a project of building an educational Water Wise garden at the Johannesburg International Flower Show held from 30 October to 3 November 2019. The garden showcased the use of different hydro-zones in a garden to save water by making sure you are watering plants to their specific needs. The Water Wise garden was awarded a bronze medal/certificate. Below is the image of the garden (on the left) and an image of the certificate awarded to Water Wise (on the right).
World Toilet Day Celebration
Water Wise celebrates selected environmental days with the internal staff members at Rand Water in order to spread the awareness concerning environmental and water conservation issues.
On 19 November 2019, the Water Wise team celebrated World Toilet Day at Rand Water's head offices with a theme of "leaving no one behind". The focus was on sanitation and ways of saving water in the toilet system. Below are some of the of the images taken on the day.
Environmental Days and Public Holidays
Water and environmental news
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Our weather station is currently under maintenance and weather data is unavailable. We apologise for the inconvenience. In the interim, have a look at the weather forecast for South Africa, courtesy of the South African Weather Service, by clicking on the image below.