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Sweeping in Cape Town, South Africaposted in May of 2018
As of the date this story was posted, Cape Town, arguably the most beautiful city in South Africa, is on the brink of a water crisis of gigantic proportions. Current models predict that, even with the extensive conservation efforts currently underway, the city's 'Day Zero' will be between August and September of 2018. That's when the city's dam levels are predicted to reach 13.5% and Phase 2 of the City's disaster plan will kick in.
In the meantime, the city's streets – which are hugely impacted by both sand and debris – must be swept. This story about Cape Town's sweeping program, as well as its efforts to save water in the process, is brought to us thanks to long-time international sweeping equipment liasion, Malcolm Cameron.
Read the story.