The Nelson Mandela Bay Public Health, Waste Management Sub-directorate, would like to advise residents that Gillespie Waste Drop-Off Site will be closed as of Monday, June 3, 2019. The closure is due to upgrade work that will be done to the site to improve its capability and conditions. The closure will be for a period of approximately four (4) months.
Residents are requested to make use of the Koedoeskloof Disposal Site or the following alternative sites listed below:
Hillwacht Road, off Verwoerd Drive, Vanes Estate
Ntambanani Street, KwaNobuhle
Laksman Avenue, Rosedale
Tambo off Lambata Street, McNaughton
Zolile Road, KwaNobuhle
Sarili Street, KwaNobuhle
Jolobe Street, KwaNobuhle
Ngeyakhe Street, KwaNobuhle
High Street, Middle Str Area
Moffat Road, Rosedale
Mallard Drive, Blikkiesdorp
Lamore Street, Daleview
Butise Street, Khayamnandi
Bereng Road, KwaNobuhle
Residents are kindly requested to refrain from DUMPING waste on any land or road other than a licensed site approved by the municipality as this is AN OFFENCE and a fine of up to R2000 may be imposed on offenders for illegal dumping. Additional to this fine, the municipality may also recover the cost of cleaning/removing the illegal dumping from the person/persons to whom the notice was served.
Garden Waste less than 2 tonne is accepted free of charge at any landfill site.
Should you require any clarification please contact the Waste Management Depot at 041- 506 7405 (Port Elizabeth)/ 041-994 1137 (Uitenhage).
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