Mayor Forbes pays visit to sewer line project…..

Council recently appointed CSV Production Namibia for the upgrading of sewer lines in Pelican Road, Narraville. The contractor has started with upsizing components of the sewer pipes the use of conventional or the open trench method.

Heavy earthmoving equipment, such as excavators, loaders, and Tractor-Loader-Backhoe are presently on-site. The project concludes in April 2022.  Walvis Bay Mayor, Trevino Forbes went for a site visit on Sunday, to assess the progress. Forbes said even though the residents living in the area might be disturbed by the noise created by the work activities, and the occasional foul smell, the brief discomforts will outweigh the advantages in the long run.
“I would really like to humbly appeal to the residents to please bear with us whilst our contractor does his job in an effort to enhance sewage float in the long run, it is simply one of the approaches to enhance the dwelling situations of our residents,” the mayor stated.
John Esterhuizen, General Supervisor for Water, Waste and Environmental management said the mission is to enhance sewer float inside the pipes. He stated the project will be carried out in phases.
It consists of the replacement of the present sewer traces as well as manholes. Some 600m will be replaced. The following streets will be affected: Pelican Avenue; Attie Carollisen Street; Koedoe Street; Harry Van Reenen Avenue; Kruis Street and Schmidt Street.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login