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AMATOLA WATER BOARD EXECUTIVES MET WITH NDLAMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY
On the 03 May 2022, Amatola Water led by the Acting Chief Executive met with Ndlambe Local Municipality, Ekuphumleni Development forum and ratepayers to put an end to the daunting matter of water supply in Ward 3 and Ward 4. These two wards receive their water supply from the reverse osmosis plant which is situated in Albany Coast.
There has been a litany of challenges on the water supply in the area and Amatola Water together with Department of Water and Sanitation have vowed to prioritise the solution for the benefit of the communities who receive their water supply from this plant.
The following were the challenges tormenting this plant and giving sleepless nights to Amatola Water:
The following solutions were identified to assist and put an end to the challenges in the plant.
The reservoir levels remain depleted and there is not enough water due to the challenges at the plant. There is not enough water supply for all the communities in ward 3 and ward 4, therefore a task team has been put together to ensure that the matter of bringing water to all those we service is well managed.
Amatola Water appreciates the patience and tolerance from the communities on the restrictions that has been implemented to maintain water supply.
For more information contact Nosisa Sogayise, Manager: Stakeholder and Communications on 083 3577 953