Gautang has faced water crisis, and the provincial government has established a "war room" to fight this problem.
This Sunday Times Reported that "Local, Provincial and National Government" works with civil and military water experts as part of this project.
The purpose of the war zone is to reduce the amount of water in the province and to fix sewage plants.
SANDF "Day zero" – The province has been instructed to get out of water – it does not happen.
All the procedures are based on a report called "Water Security Plan for the Gauteng City Region", which was ordered at Cape Town's water shortage.
The findings of the report include:
- Gautang residents consum 300 liters of water a day – the highest in the country.
- Gautang's population is growing almost 300,000 a year.
- Raw sewage is the biggest contributor to water pollution.
- Drinking water from Lesotho is used to remove pollution from the val river system.
The talk of three water treatment plants of Gautang is that the severity problem has worsened, two were not functioning.
This army is currently working to improve these facilities and their Pump House. Facilities are thought to be equivalent to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which helped the Army repairs after "years of war and neglect".
Cape Town Crisis
Problems in Gouting, running out of drinking water, the levels of its dam through Cape Town have decreased in recent years.
Cape Town's water crisis comes from a drought-hit city Within 90 days In 2018, the tapes had to be closed earlier.
Fortunately, the residents of Cape Town reduced their water consumption and risked the danger of water in the city. These people were bathing with dolls on their feet so the water can be reused, and the toilet flushing is restricted.
"Regardless of the growth of rain or water supply, Cape Town needs to continue the effort to reduce the average consumption of 450 million liters per day" The city said In March 2018.