CLAYVILLE THERMAL PLANT IN THE CLAYVILLE INDUTRIAL AREA, GAUTENG PROVINCE
Project Name: Clayville Thermal Plant
Applicant: Bellmall Energy Project 325 (Pty) Ltd
Proposed Activity: The development of a new thermal plant utilising a Circulating Fluidised Bed (CFB) boiler to create steam for supply to multiple off-takers within the Clayville Industrial Area by utilising waste from off-takers, municipal waste, Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) in combination with coal fines.
Project Location: The development is proposed on Erf 457, Erf 459 and Portion 12 of Erf 508 within the Clayville Industrial Area which is situated within the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng Province.
Application for Environmental Authorisation: An Integrated Application for Environmental Authorisation (EA) in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (No. 107 of 1998) (NEMA) and a Waste Management License (WML) in terms of the National Environmental Management: Waste Act (No. 59 of 2009) is being undertaken for the project. A full Scoping and Environmental Impact Assessment (S&EIA) process is required in support of this application process. The S&EIA process will also support future application for an Atmospheric Emission License (AEL) in terms of the National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act (No. 39 of 2004) (NEM:AQA).
Scoping Report Available for Review: A Scoping Report is available for public review and comment. The report is available at the Olifantsfontein Public Library (c/o Pearce & Mason Avenue, Olifantsfontein, Kempton Park) and at the Winnie Mandela Library (Margaret Zyma Street, Tembisa) from 26 September 2017 – 26 October 2017. The report is also available for download on www.savannahsa.com. The due date for written comment is 26 October 2017.
Please submit comments, in writing, to Savannah Environmental:
Gabriele Stein of Savannah Environmental
Post: P.O. Box 148, Sunninghill, 2157 , Johannesburg
Tel: 011 656 3237 | Fax: 086 684 0547
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