Sluis Crocodile Farm Expansion

Sluis Crocodile Farm Expansion: Sluis Farm located close to Magaliesburg owned by Spiral Farming (Pty) Ltd has appointed EON Consulting as an Environmental Assessment Practitioner to compile an Environmental Authorisation Application for their proposed  development to expand the current units of the location of crocodiles on their farm. The activities associated with this expansion are listed under the 2014 EIA Regulations for the National Environmental Management Act (No. 107 of 1998) as amended (NEMA), under the Regulatory Notices 1 and 3 (as elaborated upon in the attached Application documents).

The proposed project is to take places on Portions 43, 61 & 62 of Sluis 46IQ and requires for a Basic Assessment Report and relevant processes supplementary to it. This project has been assigned the Gauteng Department of Agricultural and Rural Development (GDARD) References- Gaut 002/17-18/E0079 (Portions 61 & 62) and  Gaut 002/17-18/E0078 (Portion 43).

pdfBardraft435.22 MB
pdfBardraft6162
4.29 MB

Silica Quartz (Pty) Ltd - The Extension of Mining Activities

Silica Quartz Mine Environmental Authorisation for activities listed under the 2014 EIA regulations for the National Environmental Management Act (No. 107 of 1998) as amended (NEMA) with the Amendment of the existing Environmental Management Programme (EMPr), as required by the Section 102 of the Mineral and Petroleum Development Act (No. 28 of 2002) as amended (MPRDA 2002).

Integrated Water Use License (IWUL) and Integrated Water and Waste Management Plan (IWWMP): As required in terms of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998) (NWA), by the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS).

zipAppendix 1 - Current Approved EMPr4.98 MB
zipAppendix 2 - Draft Mining Works Programme
2.58 MB
zipAppendix 3 - Public Participation10.56 MB

zipAppendix 4 - Heritage Assessment Report
1.3 MB
zipAppendix 5 - Wetland Assessment Report
1.06 MB
zipAppendix 6 - Surface Water Assessment Report
5.76 MB

zipAppendix 7 - Geohydrological Report
5.90 MB
zipAppendix 8 - Noise_Assessment Report 1.86 MB

zipAppendix 9 - Air Quality Assessement
3.84 MB
zipAppendix 10 - Current Water Quality
1.6 MB
zipAppendix 11 - Approved Social and Labour Plan
12.46 MB
zipAppendix 12 - EAP cv
233.83 KB
pdfP1379 Delmas Silica EMPr
2.32 MB

pdfP1379 Delmas Silica Final EIAr
9.93 MB

 

Ixopo Renewable Energy Plant

This Draft Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAr)  has been compiled by EON Consulting on behalf of Biomass Investments (Pty) Ltd, in response to the undertaking of the proposed construction of facilities for a renewable energy plant  - the construction and operation of a 25MW net renewable energy plant near Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal. The site is part of an existing sawmill. The plant will make use of sawmill dust and chips obtained from sawmills in the vicinity as well as from biomass from pine/eucalyptus plantations in the area. The energy plant will consist of a conventional steam Rankine cycle.  The energy from direct combustion of biomass is carried over to hot water in a pressurised boiler system.  Electricity is generated by a turbine at a pre-defined voltage supplied to an existing grid and distribution network.

The draft EIAr, EMPr is now on the website and any comments must be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. within 30 days.

pdfAir Quality Impact Assessment Ixopo Energy Plant (Rev00)_2016 08 268.61 MB
pdfDepartmental letters117.91 KB

pdfDraft EIAr Ixopo3.08 MB
pdfEMPR draft aug2016 1.58 MB
pdfIxopo riparian delineation1.29 MB
pdfMeeting DEA 3Feb2016220.11 KB

pdfREPORT 01637V Ixopo HIA 885.55 KB
pdfSACAA Delivery Note337.80 KB
pdfVegetation Report draft 11.88 MB

Roodekrans Development – Mogale City: Greengate Extension 61 Development

Invitation to register as an interested and affected party (I&AP) on the environmental authorisation application process (reference number: Gauteng GDARD: 002/16-17/E0003) for the proposed Roodekrans development by Easy Pack Property Investments cc.

This development aims to rezone and develop the proposed site, namely corner of Willem and Viljoen Roads, for commercial and residential use. The proposed development site falls under the Farm Roodekrans 183 IQ, Portion 77 on the remainder of Farm 102 in Krugersdorp, Gauteng.

Notice is hereby given that the proposed Delacon Environmental Impact Assessment and Authorisation application, for the proposed Roodekrans Residential Development in Mogale City, by Easy Pack Property Investment CC has been granted by the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, on the 15th June 2017. The Authorisation has been granted following conditions that have been stipulated in the attached RoD.

pdfGreengate 761.23 MB

pdfGreengate 61
1.11 MB
pdfGreengate EXT 61 & 76 Outline Scheme Water & Sewer
247.96 KB

pdfGreengate EXT 61 & 76 Outline Plan for Water & Sewer Reticulation1.07 MB
pdfGreengate EXT 61 & 76 TIA 3 OF 35.04 MB
pdfGreengate EXT 61 Storm Water Management Plan Scheme Report1.60 MB
pdfGreengate EXT 61 & 76 Traffic Impact Statement4.85 MB
pdfGreengate EXT 76 & 61 TIA Two of Three2.41 MB
pdfREPORT 01640V Roodekrans HIA 967.39 KB
pdfGreengate Transplantation plan1.01 MB

pdfRoodekrans Access Arrangement42.90 KB
pdfRoodekrans Traffic Impact Assessment446.95 KB
pdfRoodekrans Avi Ass Report ver Final 2.77 MB
pdfRoodekrans wetland delineation
1.20 MB

pdfVegetation Report Greengate Ext 61 v42.24 MB
pdfRoodekrans_Eon Agric413.40 KB
pdfVegetation Report Greengate Ext 611.98 MB
pdfDSS Mining EON Consulting Scoping Report Comments - 24 May 2016 496.51 KB

pdfRoD Environmental Authorisation Roodekrans3.14 MB
pdfFinal EIAr Feb 20179.77 MB

Ms Adri Venter
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Bedfordview Phase 2 Water Pipeline

The purpose of this project is to build the Phase 2 bulk water pipeline, connecting to the Phase 1 pipeline (originating from the Signal Hill Reservoir, Bedford View, Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality). The Phase 2 pipeline will run within a registered servitude on a number of properties, which back onto the Bill Stewart Reserve and finally connecting to the network in Kloof Road.

Every proposed project and/or development however has the potential to affect the natural and social environment, both at, as well as surrounding the proposed site.  For this reason, it is important that information regarding all proposed developments is made available to the broader community in order to provide them with opportunities to comment on the proposed development.  Should  you as an interested and/or affected party (I&AP) feel the need to comment on the proposed development and raise issues of concern that need to be considered during the proposed planning and implementation process, you are invited to formally register as an I&AP. This can be done by completing the registration form and submitting it to the contact details below.

pdfBedfordview Vegetation Assessment Final 26_11_20153.25 MB
pdfBedfordview BID Final363.50 KB
pdfBedfordview pipeline_Bill Stewart NR_EON wetland458.77 KB
pdfBedfordview Application withdrawal Feb 2016 3112.99 KB

Ms Carol Vosloo
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R21 corridor and surrounding areas: pipeline extension to 9th road

Notice is hereby given that the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (GDARD), on Wednesday 25 May 2016, issued an Environmental Authorisation in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998) as amended for the proposed construction of a water supply pipeline for the R21 Corridor and surrounding areas: Pipeline extension to 9th Road, Bredell Agricultural Holdings, Kempton Park, Gauteng Province.

pdfEA Notification - May 2016 152 KB
pdfROD - May 20162.43 MB

Invitation to comment on the final basic assessment for the construction of a water supply pipeline for the R21 corridor and surrounding areas: pipeline extension to 9th Road, Bredell Agricultural Holdings, Kempton Park, Gauteng Province. (GDARD REF NO: GAUT 002/15-16/E0087). Please be informed that the above draft basic assessment report is compiled in terms of Sections 24 and 24 (D) of the National Environmental Management Act (Act No.107 of 1998), as amended, and is now available for review by registered interested and affected parties (I&APs) until the March 2016.

pdfFinal BAR R21592.21 KB
pdfDevelopment Layout No 2 Layout_P5001681.35 KB
pdfLocality Map224.95 KB
pdfLocality Map Pomona1.37 MB
pdfSensitivity_Map_Pomona.pdf 1.09 MB
pdfAppendix B - Site Photographs1.02 MB

pdfAppendix_C1_Site_Layout.pdf
1021.53 KB
pdfAppendix D1 Land Use Zoning98.35 KB
pdfAppendix D2 SGIDs 69.69 KB

pdfAppendix E1 Proof of Site Notice 9th Road155.26 KB
pdfAppendix E2 (a) BID Bulk Water Supply437.07 KB
pdfRegistration Sheet R21 Melanie_Birch75.01 KB
pdfAppendix E2 Written Notices to I&APS315.46 KB
pdfAppendix E3 Proof of Advert 23 July 2015148.20 KB
pdfE9 Pomona Database181.50 KB
pdfAppendix F11.87 KB
pdfSAS EON Pomona Pipeline Wetland Assessment1.5 MB
pdfFinal EMPr 9th Road912.25 KB

Ms Thuledu Ntshingila
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Waterval Solar Park

This Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Draft Scoping Report has been compiled by EON Consulting on behalf of TFS Solar (Pty) Ltd, in response to the undertaking of the proposed construction of facilities for a renewable energy plant consisting of 200 Ha of photovoltaic panels as well as a manufacturing plant for solar panels. The proposed development site is located on Farm Waterval 150-IR, Portion 6 near Meyerton, is situated within the Midvaal Local Municipality in the Sedibeng District, south of the Gauteng Province (Refer to Figure 1). The area of development falls within an industrial complex, and is currently characterised as vacant\derelict land previously used for agricultural purposes.

pdfArchaetnos BH - Waterval Solar Park1.03 MB
pdfTSF Solar Visual Impact Assessment
1.65 MB
pdfVegetation Waterval Meyerton940.14 KB
pdfWaterval Air Quality report rev 21016.72 KB
pdfWaterval Solar_Eon Agric304.78 KB
pdfWaterval Park Draft EIAR10.20 MB
pdfWaterval Park Draft EMPr913.36 KB
pdfLayout Plan1.72 MB
pdfLayout Plan 1306.38 KB

Ms Adri Venter
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Etwatwa Reservoir for Water Storage

The purpose of the project is to build a facility for the bulk storage of water thereby resolving continual water shortage and low water pressure in Etwatwa.  The development will give effect to the community of Etwatwa’s constitutional right to basic services such as healthy and clean water.

Every proposed project and/or development, however, has the potential to affect the natural and social environment, both at, as well as surrounding the proposed site.  For this reason it is important that information regarding all proposed developments is made available to the broader community in order to provide them with opportunities to comment on the proposed development.  Should  you as an interested and/or affected party (I&AP) feel the need to comment on the proposed development and raise issues of concern that need to be considered during the proposed planning and implementation process, you are invited to formally register as an I&AP.  This can be done by completing the registration form and submitting it to the contact details below.

pdfEtwatwa Reservoir Authorization 2016
2.03 MB

pdfEtwatwa Background Information335.27 KB
pdfEtwatwa Reservoir Project - Comment Sheet120.51 KB
pdfEtwatwa Reservoir - Basic Assessment Report1.14 MB
pdfA_Etwatwa Reservoir - Locality Plan302.02 KB
pdfA_Etwatwa Reservoir - Site Layout411.49 KB
pdfB_Attendance Register - 31 March 2015264.45 KB

pdfB_Site Photos683.20 KB
pdfC_Tower and Reservoir Section608.57 KB
pdfC_Tower Height in Perspective322.00 KB
pdfC_Tower Shape136.3 KB
pdfD_Etwatwa Reservoir - Access Road1.22 MB
pdfE_Ekurhuleni News - Page 6, Week 081.12 MB
pdfE_Email Correspondence List7.42 MB
pdfE_Etwatwa BID - Final331.80 KB
pdfE_Etwatwa Deptartment of Agriculture 6 March 201558.95 KB
pdfE_Etwatwa Stakeholder Letter - Rand Water - 6 March 201562.93 KB

pdfE_Etwatwa Stakeholder Letter - SAHRA - 6 March 201559.11 KB
pdfE_Etwatwa Stakeholder Letter - Telkom - 6 March 201558.77 KB
pdfE_Landowner - March 2015203.05 KB
pdfE_Landowner - Registered Receipt213.21 KB
pdfE_Meeting with DWS - Minutes - 07 April 2015211.05 KB
pdfE_Occupiers Map.pdf247.47 KB
pdfE_Occupiers Signatures4.63 MB
pdfE_Site Notices604.72 KB
pdfE_Site Notice Proof1023.32 KB
pdfE_Site Notice Proof 2367.00 KB

pdfF_Rand Water Agreement - Long Term845.48 KB
pdfG_Etwatwa X 19 PDR3.15 MB
pdfH_Construction EMP - Etwatwa - 24 March 2015908.89 KB
pdfJ_Meeting with DWS - Minutes_07 April 2015211.05 KB
pdfReport - Soils Investigation: 10ml Etwatwa Reservoir & Water Pressure Tower1.5 MB

Ms Carol Vosloo
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Phone: 011 564 2300
Fax: 086 673 9988