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Port St Johns WWTW

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Waste water treatement works at O R Thambo District Municipality ,Port St Johns, E Cape

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O R Thambo District Municipality is proposing the development of a waste water treatment works (WWTW) in Port St Johns, Eastern Cape. Port St Johns currently has a formal sewage treatment facility, albeit small, remote and inadequate for the needs of the town. The provision of a formal and compliant WWTW comprises the subject of this report. Sewage is disposed of through tinkering over a 6km distance along challenging road conditions. This creates incentives for short cuts and dangerous disposal practices with attendant human health and environmental concerns. It also places a very high operational burden on the municipality and its resources. PSJ will require the following bulk sanitation infrastructure: • Wastewater treatment works, • Collector sewers, • Sewer reticulation, • Sewage pump stations and rising mains, and • Electrical infrastructures for the wastewater treatment works and pump stations.

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Friday, June 5, 2015 - 17:21

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7845

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