Herwinnaars se huurooreenkomste verleng

27 October 2020 | Local News

Walvisbaai

Die bestuurskomitee van die Walvisbaaise munisipaliteit het aanbeveel dat goedkeuring gegee word om die bestaande huurooreenkomste met vier herwinningsmaatskappye van bruikbare afvalmateriaal te verleng.

Rent-A-Drum, Scrap Metal, JL Platt-bouers en Scrap Salvage besit tans stalletjies by die munisipale stortingsterrein waar hulle rommelmateriaal herwin en verpak.

Volgens die bestuurskomitee, het die herwinnaars goeie verhoudings met die stadsraad opgebou. Die verlenging van die huurkontrakte is om die huidige konsessie-ooreenkoms met Waste Power Generation (WPG) oor die werking en beheer van die vullisstortingsterrein vir Walvisbaai aan te vul, sowel as die oprigting en bestuur van ’n afval-tot-energie-opwekkingsfasiliteit te bewerkstellig.

Die voorgestelde huurooreenkomste beloop ’n tarief van N$0,48 per vierkante meter. Dit sluit ook ’n jaarlikse tariefverhoging in vir ’n tydperk van drie jaar, met die opsie om die ooreenkomste te hernu, afhangende van die lewering van bevredigende diens deur die herwinnaars.

Die algemene bestuurder van die departement van water-, afval- en omgewingsbestuur is in beheer van dié besluit.

Die huurooreenkoms met die herwinningsmaatskappye het in 2015 begin met die laaste vervaldatum op 31 Oktober 2019, toe WPG die bedryf en beheer van die stortingsterrein oorgeneem het.

In die ooreenkoms tussen die raad en WPG is voorsiening gemaak vir die bestaande maatskappye om met hul herwinningsaktiwiteite voort te gaan.

Met die oog op herwinning en kragopwekking, is dit van nasionale belang dat herwinning plaasvind, aldus die bestuurskomitee.

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