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Did you miss out on our #WaterwiseXmas chat at the start of the festive season? With our co-hosts Travellers 24 and Sho’t Left, we lifted the lid on alternative water-wise ideas.
Many businesses offered up the measures they’ve already got in place ahead of the tourist peak time:
@HotelVerde rewards guests who take part in water-saving initiatives. Guests can earn hotel currency for green activities such as reusing towels. If you do not request a glass and ice with your bottled beverage, you automatically get R2 off! #waterwisexmas #waterwisetourismct— Bruce Walker (@brucewillwalker) December 13, 2017
A1: We display our water usage for everyone to see - by being transparent, we hope it can encourage others to also make the effort. https://t.co/kRxheahdxh #WaterwiseXmas @WWFSouthAfrica @Traveller24_SA pic.twitter.com/qSAIao1SUz— Two Oceans Aquarium (@2OceansAquarium) December 13, 2017
In the spirit of festive cheer, we shared water-wise alternatives during the chat.
I travel with my shower bucket permanently in my car so that I always ensure there’s a bucket to save water in. pic.twitter.com/uhICOmBO63— Liezel van der Westh (@liezelv) December 13, 2017
To keep the momentum alive, we’ve launched the Bucket List Challenge that will call on businesses to up their game in the name of saving water.
A4. That all our people and visitors will #ThinkWater in everything they do, keep it below #87litres. Together, we can do it! #waterwiseXmas @CapeTownTourism @Wesgro @Travelstart @levelletourism @ftt @SATravelTrade pic.twitter.com/BQzYhDwmDh— Responsible CapeTown (@respCPT) December 13, 2017