The UHA NPC advises that last week the NPC, its attorneys and some of its experts, engaged with EnviroServ, its local attorney, and its experts in order to be briefed on the progress made to date with the technical and toxicological assessments, EnviroServ’s proposed course of action and projected time
Cotwolds Downs, its residents, and Wakefields will be holding a What’s that Smell? Golf Day Fundraiser on 24th March in support of Upper Highway Air. This is the perfect opportunity for everyone to support the Upper Highway Air NPO who are currently leading the fight to regain clean air in
Please note that a recent call to action regarding the case of Enviroserv v Jeremy Everitt scheduled for 7th March has been misposted as an Upper Highway Air sanctioned movement, which is untrue. Whilst we support our community in this fight, we cannot allow for unauthorised use of our logo
“A decision to prosecute has been made. Arrangements are under way for the accused to make their first appearance in court,” Advocate Moipone Noko of the Director of Public Prosecutions To read the article click here
Yesterday the Upper Highway Air NPC met with officials from the DEA after their site visit to Shongweni. The purpose of the site visit by the DEA was to receive updates from the experts appointed to ascertain the cause and the engineering solutions necessary to address the persistent fugitive gasses
Today Enviroserv’s attorney, acting on its instructions, stated amongst other things, the below quoted paragraphs, in an affidavit delivered in the urgent application in the High Court against a Mr Jeremy Everitt, concerning our article ‘Let’s Hug our Children Today. Our Future is literally in our Hands.’
50/50 on SABC2 asks people to please take part in a 10 question “snapshot” health survey. The results will be used as part of the television show’s investigation into air pollution allegations being made about the EnviroServ Shongweni landfill site. Click here to participate in the survey.
When the DEA announced it had issued a s56 notice to EnviroServ to make representations as to why the DEA should not suspend or revoke its waste management license, the Upper Highway Air NPC, through its attorneys, requested an opportunity also to make representations to the DEA as to why