Windhoek Residents Face Disconnections for Excessive Consumption

13 Jul 2016 by OOSKAnews Correspondent

Some 3,800 households in the Namibian capital, Windhoek, may have their water supply disconnected for excessive consumption.George Esterhuizen, strategic executive finance officer for the city of Windhoek, said that due to the low level of water in dams supplying the Khomas Region, a task team has been put together to encourage residents to reduce water consumption.He said the city had identified customers whose water use exceeds 40,000 liters per month; these are the households at risk of disconnection if they do not cut back."They will be given a timeframe to comply with the city's request to amend their water consumption...

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