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“Toxic Tuesday”

It has been brought to our attention that a new group has approached schools to hold a “Toxic Tuesday” civvies day and are asking for cash donations. We have been inundated with parents enquiring if this initiative is part of Upper Highway Air and if the funds are coming to

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Upper Highway Air NPC files papers against the authorities

After exhausting all internal remedies available, as the UHA was obliged to before it could take action, UHA has now been able to institute proceedings against, amongst others,  the Minster of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa, the Director General, Department of Environmental Affairs, the Head of Department KZN: Economic Development,

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Some rumours dispelled

To dispel the rumours that are doing the rounds, EnviroServ ARE NOT trading. Our interim relief still stands and supersedes the ministers decision to conditionally uplift the suspension. This will be in place until the hearing is heard (we do not have a date as yet but are filing our

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UHA encourages other lawful initiatives

Whilst UHA is taking all possible legal action to address the odour impacts to the Community, it must be made clear to the community, that UHA has always encouraged, and continues to encourage, any individual community member, or grouping of members, to launch whatever legal action and to engage in

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Lets Finish the Fight!

Its the Final push to Finish this fight. What can you do to to make your mark and help the fight? If you have not yet registered with Upper Highway Air as an IAP (interested and affected party), please take the time to complete this form and once completed, send

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IF IT SMELLS LIKE ENVIROSERV AND STILL SNEAKS UP ON YOU WHEN YOU EXPECT IT TO, IS IT REALLY STILL ENVIROSERV?

EnviroServ says “No”. Late Friday afternoon (16th December 2017), EnviroServ filed its long anticipated supplementary affidavit in the interdict proceedings instituted by the UHA NPC. Amongst the hundreds of pages filed, EnviroServ claims that there are at least 53 other potential sources in the Outer West area, a map reflecting

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Appeal decision by the Minister of Environmental Affairs

The Minister of Environmental Affairs has made her decision on conditional and limited upliftment of the suspension of the EnviroServ Waste Management license. This does not mean that they are able to trade as yet,  our interim relief is still in place pending the outcome of our hearing. Reporting is

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UPDATE – 5th December 2017

There are rumours circulating that the Shongweni Landfill site has re-opened and/or an approach has been made by EnviroServ to the Minister to request her to re-open the site. The site is not open. It is correct however, that EnviroServ have made an approach to the Department of Environmental Affairs,

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