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About South Durban Community Environmental Alliance SDCEA

South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) is an environmental justice organization based in South Durban, South Africa. It is made up of 16 affiliate organizations and has been active since its formation in 1995. It is a non-government organization existing solely on finances sourced from funders and sponsors in order to remain totally independent. It makes no profit and exists solely for the benefit of the people it represents.

Tongaat Hulletts historical arrogance of ignoring their neighbours pollution complaints comes back to bite.

A public participation meeting held yesterday 22 May 2017, at the Maidstone Country Club (Tongaat). Concerned community members filled the hall and raised their disputes and worries with the proposed Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP). Tongaat Hullett formally known for its horrible odours and current mismanagement of its site has over the years significantly impacted on [...]

By | May 23rd, 2017|Community Empowerment|Comments Off on Tongaat Hulletts historical arrogance of ignoring their neighbours pollution complaints comes back to bite.

Desalination Plant Meeting

On the 17th of May 2017, a public meeting was held at Austerville Civic Centre that was hosted by a consulting firm GIBB together with the developer Hitachi Technologies. The meeting hosted was to present the development of a proposed desalinisation plant at the Bluff.The proposed project will see a desalination plant being introduced into [...]

By | May 19th, 2017|Energy & Climate Change, Pollution & Health|Comments Off on Desalination Plant Meeting