SAB offers 9 million litres of bottled water to Cape Town starting from Day Zero
SAB Newlands plant manager John Stensland explains the details of the offer made by the company to the Western Cape government to provide water for residents of Cape Town.
We have offered to potentially provide a million cases of bottled water to the citizens of Cape Town.John Stensland, SAB Newlands plant manager
Production on this project has not yet begun, he explains but will kick in during march so as to be ready for Day Zero.
The plans have become clearer over the last 72-hours.
Stensland explains that SAB would produce water on a weekly basis, to provide a million cases of water - which is 12 million quart bottles, or 9 million litres in total, over a period of March to July.
He says they are planning distribution to reach all areas in need.
Take a listen to the details of the plans below:
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