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Electricity079 873 4451
Water 082 338 0963
Fire Brigade028 212 3727
Fraud hotline0800 701 701
Caledon Hospital028 212 1070
Law Enforcement082 836 8226
Police028 214 3900
ESKOM0800 701 701
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Important numbers

Electricity 079 873 4451
Water 082 338 0963
Fire Brigade 028 212 3727
Fraud hotline 0800 701 701
Caledon Hospital 028 212 1070
Law Enforcement 082 836 8226
Police 028 214 3900
ESKOM 0800 701 701

Water & Sewerage Networks

Hegans Marthinus

Manager: Cleansing / Water / Sewerage
028 214 3300

Activity

Theewaterskloof Municipality provides sewerage collection systems, comprising water borne sewer networks, bucket removal system and vacuum Tanker service where necessary, and treats the Collected effluent at 7 sewage treatment plants.
Further services include the provision and Maintenance of communal toilets in informal areas. This service is headed by the Chief: Sanitation, with a personnel component of ± 84 trained and operational staff.
The municipality is responsible to deliver a service to all, which is effective, affordable and sustainable within legal and budgetary constraints in terms of Schedule, 4B of the Constitution: “Water and Sanitation Services limited to…and domestic waste water and sewage disposal systems.

All Waste Water Treatment Plants, in the WCO31 area, are operated under the specific conditions in the Water Act (Act 36 of 1998, Government Notice No 1191) in accordance with the Permit requirements of Department of water Affairs and Forestry.

Strategic Objectives

  • The eradication of the bucket system and the provision of an effective and acceptable service to all residents
  • To provide access to a water borne sewer system, vacuum tanker system to those residents with septic or conservancy tanks and the removal of buckets where the system is still in use.
  • To operate the Wastewater Treatment Plants in compliance with permit requirements.
  • To timeously provide appropriate capacity in the sewage removal network.
  • To provide communication and education for sanitation in informal areas.
  • To manage and maintain all equipment and plant associated with the sanitation services.
  • Replacement, refurbishment and extensions of existing infrastructures in a manner.
Last published 14 June 2016