Upgrade and maintain sewerage infrastructure in Ekurhuleni

South Africa produces around 5,000 Ml/d of sewage (5 billion litres daily). Of this total around 20% is treated to levels that render it safe to be returned to a receiving watercourse with some degree of confidence. The rest, a staggering 4,000 Ml/d (4 billion litres) of untreated (or at…

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WA 10 Sewer System Upgrade Project in Ward 38 not budgeted for

Residents in Brackenhurst and Brackendowns in Ward 38 are at risk of contracting diseases due to constant sewerage overflows in the area. The WA 10 Sewer System Upgrade Project has been halted for the last two years because the Ekurhuleni Metro claims that this project, which is meant to be…

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The contamination of our streams and dams in Ekurhuleni

We the undersigned residents of Ekurhuleni call on Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality as well as the Provincial and National Government of South Africa to stop pollution of our streams, rivers, wetlands, storm water channels and other water bodies with the continuous overflowing of sewerage and other toxic materials. We request that…

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Relocation and Upgrade of the Olifantsfontein Police Station

We the undersigned residents, business owners, employees of businesses and others affected by policing in the Olifantsfontein Policing Precinct note that Stand number R/42/402 JR in Clayville Ext 13 on the Corner of Westview Street and Olifantsfontein Road was donated several years back to the Midrand Council and subsequently transferred…

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Provincial Air Pollution

We the undersigned residents of Northern Ekurhuleni (inclusive of Midstream Estates, Clayville and Olifantsfontein), North Eastern Johannesburg (inclusive of Glen Austin and Randjesfontein) and Centurion in Tshwane. Noting that Our suburbs are experiencing high levels of air pollution particularly at night and early morning which includes smog / smoke visible…

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