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Kingslynn New Sludge Ponds
Kingslynn New Sludge Ponds
Kingslynn New Sludge Ponds
The Kingslynn water treatment works located near Peddie has been impacting the environment negatively since being commissioned by DWS due to there being no facility to manage the sludge generated by the works. The project was completed in February 2008.
 

Nahoon Bulk Supply Pipeline to Gonubie
Nahoon Bulk Supply Pipeline to Gonubie
Amatola Water is in the process of undertaking a feasibility study for the upgrade of a portion if its bulk infrastructure on the Nahoon Scheme. The proposed bulk infrastructure upgrade comprises the provision of a bulk water pipeline from the Cyril Lord reservoir near Nahoon Dam to Gonubie with off-takes to augment the supply to Dawn, Cambridge, Vincent, Beacon Bay, Wembley and Gonubie.
 

Qoqgotha and Berlin Reservoirs
Qoqgotha and Berlin Reservoirs
Amatola Water is the bulk potable water provider for the Laing Dam water supply scheme. The scheme supplies potable water to the Zwelitsha, King Williams Town, Bhisho, Berlin and surrounding areas located within the Buffalo City Municipality. Recent developments in the area have resulted in the need to construct a 30ML concrete reservoir at Qoqgotha and 6ML concrete reservoir at Berlin for the Laing Scheme to ensure reliability and sustainability and provide for a 24 hour storage capacity.
 

Upgrade of Laing and Nahoon Dam Water Treatment Works
Upgrade of Laing and Nahoon Dam Water Treatment Works
Upgrades of both dam´s water treatment works were necessary to improve the reliability of the treatment processes and to increase the capacity of the Laing Dam water treatment plant. The project was split into a civil engineering contract and a mechanical and electrical contract to accelerate the implementation of the project. The civil engineering project was completed in February 2008. The mechanical and electrical contract is expected to be completed by end September 2008.