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POSTPOMENT OF THE MAINTENANCE SHUTDOWN ON THE MOTHERWELL NORTH PIPELINE
The City wishes to inform residents that the maintenance work scheduled for today on the Motherwell North pipeline has been postponed owing to unforeseen circumstances.
A new date will be communicated at a later stage.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Published: 04 Aug 2022 CURRENT
REDUCED SUPPLY TO THE EMERALD HILL ZONE
August 4th, 2022.
As previously communicated, the allocation from the Kromme system has been restricted to only 30 megalitres per day. The demand on this system still outweighs the supply and to minimise the impact of this, the Metro has developed certain augmentation schemes to supplement this deficit.
A faulty valve was discovered on one of these systems and it had since been removed. This reduced the augmentation potential today and this caused reservoirs supplied from the Kromme system to lose storage. This could cause low pressure or water supply disruptions.
Work is nearing completion and thereafter, the transfer supply system can be commissioned again. Water supply will continue to be restored throughout the night.
We therefore require all residents to keep their water consumption to a minimum so that storage can accumulate once again.
The following areas may experience low water pressure or water disruptions:
1. Parts of Walmer
2. Walmer Township
3. Walmer Downs
4. Walmer Heights
5. Mangold Park 6. Glen Hurd 7. Mangold Park 8. Glendinningvale 9. Pari Park, Gelndore Road
12. Newton Park
15. Greenacres Hospital
16. St Georges Hospital
17. Parts of Cotsworld
18. Richmond Hill 19. Parts of Schauderville
21. Mill Park
22. Parts of Central
23. Mount Croix
25. Deal Party
26. North End
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience the has caused.
Published: 04 Aug 2022 CURRENT
Planned Electricity Shutdown
When: Sunday, 14 August 2022 (alternatively Sunday, 28 August 2022)
Where: Arlington substation: St Bernadette 11kV feeder and ADS Overhead Line 11kV feeder
Time: 09H00 - 15H00Reason: Repairs and maintenance of equipment
The following areas will be affected:
*St. Bernadette 11KV FeederSubstations affected: Prospect Mini No.3, Deyton Court, St. Bernadette, Cleaners, OK Bazaar, Checkers Mini, 7th Ave Mini, Villiers Rd.
*ADS Overhead Line 11KV FeederSchoenmakerskop Auto, ADS, DSK & DLP Overhead lines, Schoenmakerskop Mini, Schoenmakerskop Village, Sappershoek.
All supplies are to be treated as live for the duration of the outage.
Published: 04 Aug 2022, Resolved: 07 Aug 2022RESOLVED
Saturday, 6 August 2022
*16H00-18H30: Group 13,18
*18H00-20H30: Group 14,19
*20H00-22H30: Group 15,1
*22H00-00H30: Group 16,2
Sunday, 7 August 2022
*16H00-18H30: Group 6,11
*18H00-20H30: Group 7,12
*20H00-22H30: Group 8,13
*22H00-00H30: Group 9.14
Published: 03 Aug 2022, Resolved: 04 Aug 2022RESOLVED
STAGE 2 loadshedding implemented from 16H00 to 00H00.
Wednesday, 3 August 2022
*16H00-18H30: Group 15,1
*18H00-20H30: Group 16,2
*20H00-22H30: Group 17,3
*22H00-00H30: Group 18,4
Published: 27 Jul 2022, Resolved: 03 Aug 2022RESOLVED
COMMISSIONING OF THREE GROUNDWATER PROJECTS.
The Municipality wishes to inform residents that the Glendinning Wellfield project has commenced with its' commissioning phase.
During this period, a collection point has been established at the below mentioned location so that residents can collect non-potable water free of charge.
It is important to remember that this water cannot be used for drinking, cooking or cleaning. The maximum volume per vehicle per day will be limited to 1000 litres.
Water can be collected from the location below:
1. Glendinning Wellfield.
59 Illingworth Street, Millard Grange, Gqeberha.
27 - 29 July 2022
08h00 to 19h00
The trial operation phase is essential to ensure that the system is safe, reliable and adheres to water quality standards.
The aquifer will also be monitored to ensure that abstraction is sustainable and adheres to the conditions of the Water Use License from the Department of Water and Sanitation.
Published: 26 Jul 2022, Resolved: 03 Aug 2022RESOLVED
LOAD REDUCTION SCHEDULE: KARIEGA
The Metro wishes to inform residents in Kariega that it will take approximately two weeks to repair the cable fault affecting the area.
In order to reduce pressure and ensure that residents do not experience prolonged power outages, we will execute load reduction in the affected areas for two hours at a time.
The areas have been divided into three groups and a schedule as indicated below has been devised: