Decommissioning of Kilns 5 & 6 at the PPC Slurry Plant.
Project Name: The Proposed Decommissioning of Kilns 5 & 6 at the PPC Slurry Plant, North West Province
Applicant: PPC Ltd
Proposed Activity: PPC Ltd are proposing the decommissioning of kilns 5 & 6 at the PPC Slurry Plant near Mahikeng, in the North West Province. The PPC Slurry Kilns 5 and 6 were constructed in the 1950’s and have come to the end of their effective operating life. PPC Ltd has decided to demolish these two Kiln Lines with most of their associated ancillary plant including Raw Mill 1, 2 and 3.
The PPC Slurry Plant is located about 25 km from Mafikeng on the R49 provincial road between Mafikeng and Zeerust in the North West Province. The proposed decommissioning of kilns 5 and 6 will take place on Portion 5 of the Farm Rietvallei 102 – JO.
Basic Assessment Process: In terms of Sections 24 and 24D of the National Environmental Management Act (No 107 of 1998), as read with Government Notice R324 – R327, as amended, a Basic Assessment (BA) is required for this project. Savannah Environmental is undertaking the required BA and public participation process for the project.
Draft Basic Assessment Report available for Public Review: Savannah Environmental has compiled a Draft Basic Assessment Report in support of the environmental application to be submitted to the North West Department: Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development (NW READ) for decision making. The Draft Basic Assessment Report is available for public review and comment from between the 14 November 2018 and the 14 December 2018 at www.savannahsa.com. The report can also be viewed at the Mafikeng Public Library (30 Robinson Street, Golf View, Mahikeng). The due date for written comment is 14 December 2018.
To obtain further information and register on the project database, please submit your name, contact information and interest in the project to:
Rozanne Els of Savannah Environmental
Post: P.O. Box 148, Sunninghill, 2157 , Johannesburg
Tel: 011 656 3237 | Fax: 086 684 0547
Documents for public review are available for download.
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