City of Cape Town: Establishment of a regional landfill site
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr advised the City of Cape Town on a challenge to the authorisation of the establishment of a regional landfill site.
This mandate is important as the City of Cape Town is running out of space in which to dispose of waste and it is critical that a new landfill site be established to ensure that adequate municipal services are supplied.
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