Safely disposing of hazardous waste

Moonglow Guest House is in the fortunate position to be located in an area of Cape Town where kerbside recycling collection is offered by the City. Many households and businesses in these areas, Moonglow included, are therefore very familiar with what types of waste can be recycled – most types […]

Zero waste to landfill – can we do it?

If you’re reading this blog, there is a good chance that you have heard of the “3 R’s” before. In fact, it would probably be quite difficult these days to find someone who hasn’t… “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” It’s quite a catchy little slogan, isn’t it? And a simple guide to […]

Upcycling to make your business better

Guests ask: do you recycle?  Most tourism business owners in Cape Town have some level of awareness of the need to operate sustainably. The City of Cape Town sends regular messages encouraging residents and businesses to save water and electricity, and also provides information on how they can do this. […]

New city website for better disposal of waste

The City of Cape Town has a new web portal giving residents and businesses information on convenient recycling options based on their location. The website aims to make responsible waste management easier by providing information on: whether the City will collect recyclable waste from your address as part of Think Twice – the City-sponsored kerbside recyclable […]

City hosts Waste to Art Market

This summer the City of Cape Town: Solid Waste Management Department is hosting a ‘Waste to Art’ market at the Company’s Garden to show how one person’s waste can become another’s art. The market will run from 09:00 – 18:00 daily, from 1 to 16 December 2012, and all residents […]

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway and the Responsible Tourism Pilot Projects/Initiatives 2012

Congratulations to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway on the submission of RT monitoring, profile and policy statements as a participant of the RT Pilot Project. A globally recognised icon, Table Mountain is an outstanding natural wonder that represents the gateway to Africa and evokes awe in all who experience its […]

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