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Published: 20 Feb 2019Title: George Municipality water update: 20 February 2019Status: GEORGE MUNICIPALITY WATER UPDATE: 20 FEBRUARY 2019;Dam level: 82.43% (up from 81.75%); Rainfall since 14 February 2019: 0mm;Demand/usage: 30.8 megalitres (target 22Ml);Months water left in dam: 9
Published: 13 Feb 2019Title: GEORGE MUNICIPALITY WATER UPDATE: 13 FEBRUARY 2019Status: Dam level: 81.75% (up from 80.92%) Rainfall since 7 February 2019: 26.5mm Demand/usage: 28.23 megalitres (target 22Ml) Months water left in dam: 9 Section 2b restrictions remain in place, including watering times. Fines may apply. Details in News section.
Published: 07 Feb 2019Title: George Municipality Annual Report 2017-18 available for commentsStatus: George Municipality Annual Report 2017-18 available on website under Documents/Annual Report, libraries and area offices from 8 February to 4 March 2019 for comments.
Published: 05 Feb 2019Title: BLUE AND GREEN BAG COLLECTION RECOMMENCESStatus: Collection of blue and green bags recommences Monday 11 February 2019 as per usual refuse collection days. If you have not received your initial, two-of-each bags (1-8 February 2019), please report to Interwaste 044 878 0688. See news section for more details.
Published: 28 Jan 2019Title: Road Upgrades - Merriman StreetStatus: George Municipality has started with road upgrades to Merriman Street from Hibernia Street to Nelson Mandela Boulevard. The construction will be done in sections. Section 1: Nelson Mandela Boulevard to Victoria Street (Right hand side). Residents will be informed of the closures in advance.
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24 January 2017

Awards For George Municipality Water Treatment

Western Cape Process Controllers and their municipalities celebrated their achievements at an Awards Ceremony in Hermanus – Overstrand Municipality.

George Municipality walked away with Cateregory: Best Waste Water Pond System – Winner being the Herolds Bay Waste Water Treatment Works.

To measure this, is to know, that on-site laboratory facilities are imperative to ensure that correct process adjustments and optimization can be implemented. The on-site municipal laboratories were awarded for the state of their facilities including: analysis and analysis equipment, calibration certificates, availability of trained lab personnel, cleanliness, record-keeping and quality assurance.

George Municipality also won the Best Internal Waste Water Laboratory category – Winner being Outeniqua Waste Water Treatment Works.

In addition to winning two categories, Wilderness Water Treatment Works was first runner-up in category: Best Water Treatment Works. Kleinkrantz Wastewater Treatment Works received the first runner-up award in the Best Wastewater Treatment Works.

The recent evening has proved to be quite an amazing and glitzy affair for the attendees of the Awards Ceremony preceding the 7th Process Controller Open Day Workshop in Hermanus, Overstrand Municipality which saw municipalities from across the Western Cape participate.

This was a second instalment of the Water Institute of Southern Africa(WISA) Western Cape Process Controller awards aimed at acknowledging and honouring Process Controllers in both the potable and wastewater disciplines who excelled in the treatment and provision of clean and safe drinking water and the treatment of wastewater to acceptable levels/standards that does not impact the environment negatively in their respective municipalities. The awards ceremony started off with the official launch of the Process Controller Logo which signifies the importance of water in sustaining life.

The awards ceremony, initiated in 2015 by the Western Cape Process Controller Division, was made possible by the Department of Water and Sanitation who sponsored the ceremony and companies servicing the Water Sector who sponsored the trophies for the 12 award categories. This year an additional two categories were added to afford smaller and larger treatment works and their Process Controllers equal opportunities to contest the awards. In both instances the companies were quite eager to sponsor the awards and this is a clear indication of their preparedness to assist the Process Controller Division in achieving its objectives. The Department of Water and Sanitation officials were mandated with the task of setting the awards criteria and also the adjudication thereof which provided and protected the integrity of the process.

Process Controllers are unsung and selfless heroes who discharge their duties at Water Treatment and Waste Water Treatment waterworks, in the majority of cases on a shift basis,   to ensure that the processes within their respective Treatment Works are functioning correctly.

The Department of Water and Sanitation as the adjudicator of the awards requested municipalities across the Western Cape to submit nominations for their Water and / or Waste Water Treatment Works as well as their Process Controllers in terms of the categories

The awards evening also provided an opportunity for the Process Controllers themselves to realize the difference they make to the lives of people in the Western Cape.

From left are Fred Goliath (Senior Manager: Water Treatment), Henry Jansen, Deputy Director: Water and Sanitation, Johan Scheepers (Senior Manager: Water Pollution Control), Geoffrey Bredenkamp (Manager: Laboratory Services with the trophees they received.

Last published 24 January 2017