How much water can a borehole produce in South Africa:

The national Department of Water and Sanitation controls all aspects of water use. The city also has a say in what you are allowed to use this water for under its by-laws and water restrictions.

If you want to insert a well point or drill a borehole, you have to first apply to the city and then register your borehole or well point once it is drilled.

And, unless you have been given a licence by the Department of Water and Sanitation, you are not allowed to pump more than 400m3 per hectare per year in Cape Town – which is about 1 000 litres a day.

Read more: https://www.2oceansvibe.com/2018/01/25/this-is-how-much-water-youre-allowed-to-pump-per-day-from-a-borehole/#ixzz6MnEd3uAl

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