Heritage Cases

Trustfeed WWTW




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Waste water treatment works and reticulation, Trustfeed, Waterburg, KZN Amafa ref.: SAH15/6748


Umgungundlovu District Municipality, have commenced with an application in terms of R 543 of the National Environmental Management Act (107 of 1998) and section 21 of the National Water Act (36 of 1998) for the establishment of formal sanitation infrastructure to service a proposed 3000 low income housing units on the Remainder of Portions of the Farm Camel Hoek No. 1320 and the existing settlement of Trustfeed. The area in question is situated approximately 7 km North West of Wartburg. The affected area falls within the Sterkspruit River catchment, a tributary of the Mgeni River,. The appointed environmental assessment practitioners are Siyazama Consulting. The proposed infrastructure includes the following: • A Waste Water Treatment Works (WWTW) with a capacity of 2 Ml/d. The plant will utelise the activated sludge treatment process. • A main sewer pipe to serve Camel Hoek (4.8 km) and Trustfeed (6.6 km). Pipe diameter will vary between 160 mm and 250 mm • Pump stations may be required at strategic points. There was a request to redo the HIA for the line.


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