Implement Water Saving Measures At the Woodmill Bathrooms
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The Cape Town region is facing a massive drought and we are fast approaching day zero. Citizens have now been urged to use less than 50 litres of water per day in order to make the little water left in the dams last as long as possible.
It is disheartening to see litres and litres of fresh water being flushed away unnecessarily at the bathrooms at work. We urge Steinhoff to urgently implement some of the following measures to help us save water, such as:
- Installing dual flush toilets that use a lot less water than the current, inefficient ones.
- Putting up signs asking people to only flush after a number 2 event in order to save as much water as possible. We can deal with the smell, it's the Woodmill after all.
- Use grey water for flushing toilets.
- Adding the option to use waterless (alcohol-based) hand cleaner
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