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Cities are Turning to Green Infrastructure

From Seattle to Sweden, an ever-growing number of city and regional governments are using roof gardens, specially designed wetlands, and other forms of “green infrastructure” to rein in pollution from countless diffuse sources — and to save money. by jim robbins

In Puget Sound, one of America’s great estuaries, killer whales, seals, and schools of […]

What to do with rainwater

I found this fantastic blog, which tells the story so much better than I could. Of course it relates to another city, in another country, but it’s well worth a read.

Basically, a US study found that if a city captured and used the rain that fell on its rooftops, it could meet the water […]

Swimming pool water conservation

Water and Sanitation department made it clear how one should dispose of swimming pool water […]

Water Affairs wades in on beach development

THE NATIONAL Water Affairs Department says it is determined to protect water sources, especially wetlands […]

Harvesting Rainwater in Cape Town

“If the water won’t be used for irrigation, what other use could this clean water be for?” There must be something better than sending it down the stormwater pipe. […]

Heavy rains cause water shortages

When harvesting rainwater with Water Rhapsody’s UPWS “uninterupted pressurised water supply” you can rest assured that you will have pressurised water inside your home at all times, in spite or inevitable water outages. […]

Cape Town’s top beaches

The quality of bathing water at South African beaches was slowly deteriorating due to poor sewage management, the Wildlife Society of SA (Wessa) […]