Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Africa 2018 will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)
Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
The CTICC have put in place the following strategies to run events successfully and in a responsible manner. We thank you in advance for supporting these initiatives.
- Water saving information boards are placed in high-visibility areas throughout the centre, informing visitors, including international delegates, on the need to save water.
- Only bottled water will be provided which is sourced from certified producers outside of the Western Cape.
- Purchased bottled water is to be used for cooking and food preparation going forward.
- The CTICC have installed 65 000 litres of rain water storage tanks. We reuse this water for cleaning and maintenance activities inside the centre.
- The CTICC have installed 10 000 litres of grey water storage tanks. Our air-cooling system creates water from air and this water is being collected in our grey water tanks.
- The CTICC are giving clients the option of using biodegradable crockery for events to reduce dishwashing loads and water usage.
- The CTICC are using biodegradable cups at our Coffee Shops to reduce dishwashing loads and water usage.
- The CTICC have replaced linen napkins with high-quality disposable napkins to reduce laundry loads.
- The CTICC are installing additional storage tanks across CTICC l & CTICC 2, which in the unlikely event that the water is shut off, will give us access to 550 kl of water and enable us to operate the building at full average capacity for 5 days. This is being done in two stages with the first additional 200 kl of storage being in place by the end of February 2018.
- CTICC's appointed engineers have completed a detailed water feasibility study and we are now in the design phase of our reverse osmosis plant, which will provide us with an additional 200 kl of water per day, which is 50 kl more than our average daily water needs.