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Authorities in Cape Town, struggling with its worst water crisis ever, have ordered residents to use no more than 50 liters, or 13.2 gallons, of water a day.
Even the diesel to drive the ambulances is very expensive — one liter costs $8.
Advice dispensed in the forum in recent days includes dealing with kitchen drains that are turning smelly because of the little water flowing through them, and which supermarkets have those sought-after 5 liter bottles in stock.
More than 46 million liters of water, 2 million ready-to-eat meals and 2 million snack packs are on the island and ready for distribution, if needed, the agency said.
Behind Ward sits a six-liter magnum of merlot, far too massive for any of the normal racks.
According to some producers, a standard bottle of mezcal could generate as many as 12 liters of vinasa (wastewater) and more than 40 pounds of bagazo (cooked agave fibers).
For reference, one toilet flush generally uses about 9 liters of water; the average American or European uses at least 100 liters per day.
The Stelvio’s quickness derives from a two-liter four fitted with a twin-scroll turbocharger and direct injection.
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