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Kleinemonde Refuse Transfer Site

Kleinemonde Refuse Transfer Site
1. Background You have previously been advised that our refuse site will become a “Transfer Site” where only household refuse would be stored in skips for removal by the Municipality. By implication all other refuse – garden, builders’ rubble, scrap metal etc., - will be your responsibility to transport to the Port Alfred landfill site. Because of the experience in other areas where refuse s...
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Having a problem?

Having a problem?
It has come to the committees’ notice that residents, when experiencing a problem regarding municipal services in Kleinemonde, contact our Municipal Foreman (Welcome), directly. This procedure, of directly contacting our Foreman, if done un-coordinated, could lead to confusion and the problem not being resolved correctly. Importantly the committee is not aware of such a problem and can, ther...
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Household Refuse Collection

Household Refuse Collection
Referring to our Newsletter of August 2018, regarding household refuse collection, the Municipality has now taken delivery of its new compactor and intends introducing it to service Kleinemonde for the collection of household refuse as from Monday, 20 August 2018. The Municipality requests that the black plastic bags, containing your household refuse, in future, be placed outside your house by ...
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Refuse Site – The way forward!

Refuse Site – The way forward!
The control burn which started on 5 April 2018 was completed on Friday, 13 April 2018. A big thank you to Frik and Vaughn for a difficult task well done! A picture speaks a thousand words – BEFORE AND AFTER You have previously been advised that our refuse site will become a transfer site where only household refuse would be stored in skips for removal by the Municipality. By impli...
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Refuse Site – Update 11 April

Refuse Site – Update 11 April
Control burning Concerns have been raised about smoke from the refuse site. Our previous notice regarding the process of burning the garden refuse which started on 5 April 2018, refers. This process will continue for some time as only sections of the huge pile of garden refuse can be moved to the” burn area” and then burnt. Burning is dependent on the wind direction, therefore, the pro...
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Refuse site: Update: 30 March 2018

Refuse site: Update: 30 March 2018
The area where the controlled burn will be done has been cleared. The next step is to move small sections of garden refuse into that area and then burn it. Unfortunately, this process is being hampered by users of the site, who dump garden refuse and other garbage (e.g. plastic bottles, old carpets, scrap iron, glass bottles, and packaging material) all mixed up. Before burning can be done this...
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Water Supply

Water Supply
Water supply:Kleinemonde: December 2017-12-13 Referring to the water restrictions imposed in the entire Ndlambe Municipal area, as far as Kleinemonde is concerned, this is mainly precautionary. Water to Kleinemonde is supplied from the following sources: Wellington dam High yielding borehole on Frik van Rooyen’s farm; Low yielding borehole along the R72. Supplies from the above...
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Water Restrictions

Water Restrictions
At the Ndlambe Council meeting held 7 December 2017, water restrictions were  imposed in the entire Ndlambe Municipal area with immediate effect: Prohibited: The connection of a hosepipe or any irrigation system to the Municipal water supply for: - The watering of gardens and lawns; - The filling of swimming pools, fountains, ornamental ponds; - The washing of paved areas, walls, ...
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Visitors to our shores!

Visitors to our shores!
On Thursday,  23 March 2017,  we hosted a junior cricket team from the United Kingdom at Kleinemonde Lagoon. There was a party of 14 boys and 5 adults.  They were amazed by the beach and surrounds with the boys having a ball in the sea and on the dunes. We often take our environment for granted as they could not believe the beauty of the area. As expected our community in the form of Ruth...
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Water Restrictions

Water Restrictions
At the Council meeting held Monday 12 December 2016, water restrictions for the whole of the Ndlambe Municipal area were imposed with immediate effect. Prohibited : The watering of gardens, lawns , flowers beds, paved areas, walls, buildings, washing of vehicles, boats etc. using a: Garden hosepipes; Pressure sprayers; Sprinklers; Automatic swimming pool filters: Allowed...
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