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1001 water tips: Blogger collects and shares water saving tips

Written by: Annzra Denita

Day Zero is imminent in Cape Town. While many people have found innovative ways to save water, there are always tips or methods you may not have seen.

Writer, blogger and editor, Helen Moffett has been collecting, through reading, social media, and interactions on various water groups, as many tips as she can find on how to save water.

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Moffett says she decided to so this because there was a lot blaming and anger on the water crisis, but not a lot of practical tips.

What horrified me is there is a lot of good information out there, but I was having to wade through acres and acres of blaming, racism and politics.

Helen Moffett, Writer, blogger and editor

To counter this, Moffet has decided to publish all these tips, so that they are easy to find and apply. She will be publishing the tips on her blog.

Listen to the conversation below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 1001 water tips: Blogger collects and shares water saving tips




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