Waste water treatment works

2017-08-17 06:06

THE R48-million upgrade of the Kruisfontein Waste Water Treatment Works is nearing completion. While it is a MIG-funded project, the municipality provided bridging funding from its own income so as to accelerate the project.

The upgrade of the waste water treatment works at Hankey was also completed at a cost of R6-million this past year while digesters at Patensie were replaced with a waterborne system at a cost of some R25 million.

Environmental authorisation for the upgrade of the St Francis Bay Waste Water Treatment Works was issued in May 2017 and the municipality has secured MIG funding of R8,2 million to take the project forward as part of our capital programme for 2017/18.

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