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CAN WE “AFFORD” TO….. OR NOT TO?. Appropriate Technologies Conference 3 & 4 September 2007. Mogale Ephraim Matseba Gauteng Region. PRESENTATION OVERVIEW. Introduction Legislative Framework Institutional Framework Deciding on Appropriate Technology Can we “afford” to….or not to?.

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Can we afford to or not to

CAN WE “AFFORD” TO…..OR NOT TO?

Appropriate Technologies Conference

3 & 4 September 2007

Mogale Ephraim Matseba

Gauteng Region


Presentation overview

PRESENTATION OVERVIEW

Introduction

Legislative Framework

Institutional Framework

Deciding on Appropriate Technology

Can we “afford” to….or not to?


Introduction
Introduction

The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry’s core function is to ensure that all South Africans have equitable access to water and sanitation, and that the country’s water resources and forests are managed in a sustainable manner.


Legislative framework
Legislative Framework

  • The Water Act, 1956 (Act 54 of 1956)

  • White Paper on a National Water Policy for SA

  • The Water Services Act, 1997 (Act 108 of 1997)

  • The National Water Act, 1998 (Act 36 of 1998)

NWRS



Institutional framework

Water Service Authority

Water Resource User

Water Resource

Water Service Provider

Water Resource Discharger

Water Service User

National Water Act

Water Services Act

Institutional Framework


Institutional framework1

NWA

WSA

Resource Driven

Service Delivery Based

Water Service Dev Plan

Catchment Management Strategy

Business Plan

Institutional Framework


Deciding on appropriate technology

Pollution

Prevention

Waste

Minimisation

Treat, BMPs,

Cleaner Tech.s,

Recycle, Reuse,

Detoxify, Neutralise

  • Precautionary Principle

  • Min. Requirements for

  • waste disposal

  • Waste Discharge Standards for

  • discharge of water containing waste

  • Differentiation Principle

  • Relaxation

  • Stricter Standards/ Compulsory licensing

  • Prohibition of in-stream or land-based activities

  • Re-classification

  • Determination of a more lenient Resource Management Class

  • Determination of a more stricter Resource Management Class

Deciding on Appropriate Technology


Scale and Potential-to-Influence

Government

Stakeholders

Deciding on Appropriate Technology


Scale and Potential-to-Influence

Government

CMA

IDP

WUA

Stakeholders

Deciding on Appropriate Technology





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