Monitoring & Evaluation
Joburg Climate Legacy
The Sandton Convention
Gauteng Green Projects
Every drop is precious.
South Africa has the third best tap water quality in the world. It is completely safe to drink - which reduces the need for bottled water and the resulting waste.
But in a country where water is a precious commodity, we are extremely conscious of saving water. And keeping it clean.
The South African Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF) has launched a project to ensure that our hotels, conference venues and restaurants use water efficiently. Their intention is to promote:
plumbing technology and fixtures.
It is estimated you will consume 200 litres of water per /day during
the Summit - 90% of which will return to the sewage system. You can purchase
a Water Neutral Certificate for R340 ($35). There are 5000 certificates,
the sale of which will raise R1.7 million to fund water and sanitation
supply projects in the poor communities in South Africa.