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Recommended info on waste recycling resources


The Sustainable Urban Living Team have compiled a list of recycling and waste collection sites located in the southern areas of Johannesburg. Please feel free to download a copy from below and use it. Should you know of any other sites please let us know and we will update the list.

To download a copy of the list of sites click here


Reduce your carbon footprint at home with these eco-friendly tips:

From the WWF: A host of useful ideas and tips for real lifestyle changes to sustainable home living - Read more

Hints and Tips for Sustainable Living

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Sustainable Living is a way of life which looks to the wise and careful use of our resources in our day-to-day lives. The Conservancy will be developing this concept and ideas through a special project which is being prepared. Should you wish to become involved please click here and contact the Chairman.

While the project is getting going we will be posting news, ideas and suggestions regarding how we can make better use of what we have around us. This obviously has huge implications not only from an environmental point of view but also to assist in addressing some of the rising costs of living relating to water, electricity and waste.

Remember, one person's waste is another person's resource!

Ideas to Save Water

National Water Week 2010 : Together we can do more to save water

Water - a valuable resource

This is an annual national campaign, held this year from 15-21 March 2010, that mobilizes citizens to appreciate the value of water as a scarce natural resource and this year it focused on the important aspect of water conservation and demand management. Some of the activities that were suggested for people to get involved included:

  • To adopt and clean dirty rivers in our areas (This will be the focusof a schools project in the Conservancy)

  • Report leaking and burst pipes

  • Fix leaking taps in our yards and homes

  • Avoid watering our gardens with hosepipes for long periods and during the middle of the day

  • Use buckets to wash our cars instead of the hosepipes

  • Report any illegal abstraction of water from rivers and other water sources for commercial or domestic use

  • Report industries and individuals that dump their toxic waste in our rivers

For more information and tips on saving water click here.


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KlipSA's Sustainable Urban Living team event

Soil health: the key to-diverse, low maintenance gardens, high yield productive farms and a sustainable environment.

An informative talk by Morné Brits


Date: Thursday 10 March 2016
Time: 18h30 for 19h00
Venue: Entrance Precinct, Peggy Vera Road, Kibler Park, across the road from Frederick Place
Price: R50 (includes tea, coffee and light snacks)
RSVP essential: (only 50 seats available)
Coordinates to the venue: 26°18'13.59"S  28° 0'38.62"E
Click here for a Map to the venue

If you have any friends who you think would also like to attend, please share this information with them and invite them to sign up to our mailing list.

If you would like to subscribe to the SUL Talk mailing list, please click here: SUBSCRIBE TO SUL MAILING LIST

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