NOTICE is hereby given in terms of Section 22 of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003 read together with Section 34 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 and the National Environmental Management: Waste Act, 2008 (NEMWA, Act No. 59 of 2008) that the following draft documents were tabled before the Municipal Council by the Mayor on 26 March 2020:
Documents will be available for public scrutiny on the Municipal Website www.capeagulhas.gov.za, from 26 March 2020 and will also be available at all Municipal Offices and Libraries after the Lockdown. Enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or Tel 028-4255500.
Objections and comments on the draft documents must be lodged in writing with the undersigned at the address stated on this advertisement by no later than 16:30 on Monday 4 May 2020
Persons who cannot read or write, may also contact the aforementioned persons during normal office hours for assistance when the offices re-open.
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Email: email@example.com 26 March 2020
KENNISGEWING geskied hiermee kragtens die bepalings van artikel 22 van die Wet op Munisipale Finansiële Bestuur (Wet 56 van 2003) saamgelees met artikel 34 van die Munisipale Stelselswet (Wet 32 van 2000) en die Wet op Nasionale Omgewingsbestuur: Afval, 2008 (NEMWA, Wet No. 59 van 2008), dat die volgende konsep dokumente deur die Burgemeester by die Raad ingedien is op 26 Maart 2020
Die dokumente sal beskikbaar wees op die Munisipaliteit se webwerf (www.capeagulhas.gov.za) vir besigtiging teen 26 Maart 2020. Die document sal ook by alle Munisipale Kantore en Biblioteke beskikbaar wees na die “Lockdown”. Navrae kan gerig word aan firstname.lastname@example.org, of Tel 028-4255500.
Besware en/of kommentaar op die konsep dokumente moet skriftelik by die ondergetekende ingedien word by die adres soos gemeld op die advertensie teen nie later nie as 16:30 op Maandag 4 Mei 2020.
Persone wat nie kan lees of skryf nie, kan ook vir bovermelde persone kontak gedurende gewone kantoorure vir bystand sodra die kantore heropen.
Email: email@example.com 26 Maart 2020Last updated: 26/03/2020
Draft 3rd Generation Integrated Waste Management Plan Review 2020/21
The third version of the Integrated Waste Management Plan (IWMP) has been formulated by Chand Environmental Consultants cc (Chand) on behalf of Cape Agulhas Municipality to address the challenge of waste management in Cape Agulhas, home to 33,038 people. The IWMP is a statutory requirement of the National Environmental Management: Waste Act, 2008 (NEM:WA, Act No. 59 of 2008) that has been promulgated and came into effect on 1 July 2009 and that has as its goal the transformation of the current methodology of waste management, i.e. collection and disposal, to a sustainable practice focusing on waste avoidance and environmental sustainability. Implementation of this IWMP will be through municipal by-laws and in accordance with an implementation schedule. The purpose of the 2020 revision of the 3rd Generation IWMP, is to update the IWMP with the changing environment and keeping the working document current.
The primary objective of integrated waste management (IWM) planning is to integrate and optimise waste management, in order to maximise efficiency and minimise the associated environmental impacts and financial costs, and to improve the quality of life of all residents within Cape Agulhas Municipality.
The Plan takes particular note of importance of local authority waste management planning. This document underlines the following principles of the National Waste Management Strategy:
The Plan will address all areas of waste management – from waste prevention and minimisation (waste avoidance), to its collection, storage, transport, treatment, recovery and final disposal. It will not only address the practicalities of waste management, but also the issues of public education and changing concepts, as these are vital to a successful management system.
Last updated: 31/03/2020