Western Highveld (Former Kwa-Ndebele Homeland): WC/WDM implementation. About 700 000 people in about 155 000 households About 67% of the households have an income less that R800 per month About 60% households have yard / house connections About 35% of households are currently metered
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Western Highveld (Former Kwa-Ndebele Homeland): WC/WDM implementation
SUSTAINABLE WATER LOSS CONTROL & IMPROVED SERVICE PROVISION
Pictures Courtesy of Rand Water
Savings equivalent to Bon Accord dam or Magoebaskloof
Cost of WC/WDM measures: R25m
Cost of Infrastructure Augmentation: R150m
Media release by the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry24 August 2005
Matobele Motshodi, Sechaba Ramabenyane and Ponthso Moletsane together with HRH Crown Princess Victoria.
(World Water Week)
In order to address leakage problems it is first necessary to understand the main sources of leakage
Political will and support is very crucial for success of WC/WDM Initiatives