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Cape Town residents have drastically lowered their water use, allowing their drought-plagued city to push back the dreaded “Day Zero,” when the system is expected to run dry, by more than 10 weeks.Just three weeks ago, officials were predicting that Cape Town would reach Day Zero — a first for a major city in modern times — in late April, forcing its four million residents to line up at collection points to receive water rations from trucks.Now, after three postponements, the city predicts that it will reach that crisis point on July 9.Even more striking, the city’s announcement of the new deadline, posted online, says that as water conservation efforts intensify, “Defeating Day Zero is in sight.”Cape Town has cut its water consumption to 523 million liters a day — about 139 million gallons, and less than half of what it was four years ago, before the drought began.

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It's coupled with a new image processing chip and quad-LED flash that produces 50 percent more light.Helen Zille, the provincial premier, has urged people to shower no more than twice a week, calling oily hair a badge of honor, and suggested reusing “gray water” from cleaning to flush toilets.Water conservation has become the inescapable municipal calling, reinforced in the news media, public service announcements and everyday conversation.Water issues dominate the city’s website, which is topped by a link to a water use calculator to help people learn how to get under the 50-liter threshold.For anyone accustomed to plenty, the picture is grim: Taking a two-minute shower, flushing a toilet once, washing a load of dishes, and doing ordinary drinking, cooking, cleaning and tooth-brushing is enough to reach the limit.

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