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Emergency Hotline0800 029 999
WhatsApp Support Line 060 012 3456
Provincial Hotline021 928 4102
Bitou Municipality (Customer Care)044 501 3174/5
Fire / Rescue044 533 5000
Ambulance (Private)072 054 9110
Law Enforcement044 501 3240
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Published: 14 Jan 2021Title: Power Alert 1Status: Thursday, 14 January 2021: Eskom would like to inform the public that Stage 2 loadshedding will be implemented starting at 12:00 this afternoon through to Sunday night. The loadshedding is necessary due to loss of generation capacity overnight. Bitou will be shedding today from 14:00 till 16:30.
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Emergency Hotline 0800 029 999
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Provincial Hotline 021 928 4102
Bitou Municipality (Customer Care) 044 501 3174/5
Fire / Rescue 044 533 5000
Ambulance (Private) 072 054 9110
Law Enforcement 044 501 3240
Ambulance 10177
28 December 2016

Water Restrictions in Bitou - Notice Number:304/2016

WATER CONSERVATION IN BITOU FOR THE SEASONAL PERIOD 2016

Notice to all users of Municipal portable drinking water for good water management habits and practices for the continuation to limit the use of water in order to conserve this precious commodity.

Residents are encouraged to continue with the ‘good water management habits and practices’ already achieved previously of water conservation. The water situation needs to be continuously managed due to the expected tourist and non-resident home owner influx.

Saving water has become a priority not only for the Bitou Municipality but the entire country, and residents are urged to be mindful of using the precious commodity carefully.

The previous savings demonstrated during the drought period experienced, indicated that it is possible to manage our water demand and use water responsibly."

Residence with boreholes are encouraged to use borehole and grey water for gardening purposes instead of the clean water. Saving water is an  excellent way  to  show  that  you  care  and  are  willing to  do  your bit  to conserve this precious commodity. This will be beneficial for the entire community and for future generations. The more we can save now the better for the next generation also.

The Bitou Municipality appeals to all residents and visitors to be mindful of the water situation in the world and country and therefore urges residents to be wise with water usage as part of water conservation and good water management habits and practices.

The Municipality further appeals to the following measures to be taken:

  • Report any water leaks seen or identified
  • Ensure toilet leaks are fixed
  • Don’t let water run if not in use/don’t leave taps running
  • Keep on saving, even when it’s raining

Kindly report any defaulters by calling Pikkie Lombard or Wellington on (044) 501 3121 or 083 401 4186 during office hours or the call centre at 086 124 8686.

DAVID FRIEDMAN
ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER
Bitou Municipality

Mun Notice Number:304/2016

Contraventions and water wastage should be reported to the 24-hour number 086 124 8686.

Last published 04 February 2019