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EnviroServ hijacks monitoring committee

UHA NPC, it’s directors and SDCEA were among existing monitoring committee members excluded by Enviroserv from participation in the monitoring committee, unless they acquiesced in Enviroserv and its facilitator’s unilaterally determined conditions for continued participation. We were not notified of the meeting, nor provided with an agenda or the information

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Update – August 2017

Civil case by UHA NPC v EnviroServ The civil action has been instituted and EnviroServ is yet to plead to UHA NPC’s claim. Preliminary skirmishes raised by EnviroServ have delayed this action. On 26 April 2017 UHA NPC obtained an urgent interdict against EnviroServ interdicting them from accepting, treating and

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Understanding UHA’s views on MC meeting from 28th June 2017

The current Terms of Reference are binding until set aside. They give wide powers to the monitoring committee to ensure oversight of EnviroServ’s operations and compliance with its license conditions. The number of members of the committee are limitless, although voting is by affected group only. Currently, aside for provision

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Monitoring Committe Meeting – 28th June 2017

If you want to be represented by UHA, we expect you to be at the monitoring committee meeting supporting us. Time to get up and be seen, no more apathy. Shongweni Polo Club at 5pm, Wednesday 28th June 2017.   We have accepted the original Terms of Reference issued to

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UHA responding submissions – 25th May 2017

UHA NPC responding appeal submissions, review of tox report and preliminary expert results.   Annexure A1 Annexure A2 Annexure A3 Annexure B Annexure C Annexure D Annexure E Annexure F Annexure G Annexure H Annexure I Annexure J Annexure K Annexure L Annexure M Annexure N Annexure Infotox 1

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Where we are – Why it still stinks…

As you know on 26 April 2017 the Durban High Court granted an order in favour of the UHA NPC interdicting EnviroServ from receiving, treating and disposing of any further waste into the Shongweni Landfill Site (“SLS”).  That order also expressly included a prohibition against EnviroServ disposing of leachate generated

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Civil interdictory proceeding – 8th May 2017

Yesterday, 8th May 2017, UHA NPC returned to court in the civil inderdictory proceedings against EnviroServ. The UHA NPC had to approach the Court for an extension to file its replying affidavit in the main application as per time frames provided in the original Court order (i.e. by 8 May

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Court rules in favour of Upper Highway Air – ROUND 1

On Wednesday, 26th April 2017 the Upper Highway Air NPC obtained an order in the High Court Durban: 1. Pending the outcome of UHA’s application, interdicting EnviroServ from receiving, treating and disposing of all waste streams into the Shongweni Landfill site. EnviroServ is also prohibited from disposing leachate back into

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