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SBM water restrictions reduced

Water restrictions in both the Bergrivier and Saldanha Bay municipal areas have been relaxed, but don’t let those taps run just yet.

The average provincial dam level on Monday was 64,94%. Last year at the same time dams were 38% full.

According to the Saldanha Bay Municipality (SBM) the water situation has improved enough for level 5 water restrictions to again be implemented.

The municipality was at level 6B.

“The water situation has improved due to more than normal rainfall in all the dam catchments, raising the combined water storage levels to 75,6% in comparison with 38,5% in the same week in 2017,” SBM stated.

Locals feeling the heat will be relieved to hear that level 5 restrictions will mean that swimming pools can be filled and topped up. Application for the construction of swimming pools is also again permitted.

Residents are again required to use only 100F water per day, leading to a collective 15KF per residential household, per month.

Business and industry are still required to reduce water consumption by 40%.

. Visit sbm.gov.za for a full list of restrictions.

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