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South Africa : Waste disposal site under construction in Mossel Bay

vendredi 17 avril 2020

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Construction work on the Mossel Bay waste disposal site has recently commenced in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The facility is the first in a series of nine sites to be developed in South Africa.
In the next few months, people in 25 municipalities in the Western Cape Province of South Africa will dispose of a waste-treatment system. Work on the waste disposal site has been underway in Mossel Bay since early February 2020. The waste management site will cover an area of approximately 115 hectares. The waste accumulation cells will reach a maximum height of 12 metres, with three cells reserved for domestic waste and a separate cell for hazardous waste.

The services of a crusher and a rotating mobile crusher will be made available to residents of Mossel Bay, George and Knysna. The equipment will be used for the management of household waste, construction waste and demolition waste, respectively. Also as part of this project, waste haulage services will be provided to the Municipality of George to move household waste from the Uniondale (another Western Cape community) and George waste transfer stations to the Mossel Bay regional facility.

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