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Water Services Maps. Essential Capital Investment: Water Services Department. Bulk water supply Berg River related pipes, reservoirs and treatment works Blaauwberg, Plattekloof Welgemoed & Eerste River-Macasser new demand Reticulation upgrading and pressure management

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Essential Capital Investment: Water Services Department
  • Bulk water supply
  • Berg River related pipes, reservoirs and treatment works
  • Blaauwberg, Plattekloof Welgemoed & Eerste River-Macasser new demand
  • Reticulation upgrading and pressure management
  • Southern Suburbs, Bottelary, Fisantekraal, Mitchell’s Plain, Athlone, Du Noon & Atlantis
  • Reticulation new demand
  • AECI & Stikland – Durbanville area and Blaauwberg East
  • Bulk sewer upgrades/ extensions
  • Economic backbone, Mitchell’s Plain, Bottelary & Durbanville area
  • Treated effluent reticulation
  • Athlone, Scottsdene & Macasser WWTW
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WATER: BULK & RETICULATION CAPACITY CONSRAINTS < 10 YRS

WWTW & WASTE WATER RETICULATION CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS < 10 YRS