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National, Provincial and Local Authorities are, in terms of the National Environmental Management:

 

Air Quality Act, compelled to draw up an Air Quality Management Plan for their respective areas. These plans will assist them in identifying air quality issues and set goals and objective to manage air quality within their areas of jurisdiction. Sustainable Transport Management will be one such objective and will be discussed at the meeting

 

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Date: 15 February 2012

Time: 15:30 for 16:00

Venue: Engen Petroleum Limited, Engen Court, Thibault Square, Cape Town (See attached Map)

 

Agenda

15:30 - 16:00

Arrival - tea and coffee

16:00
Welcome and opening address Grant Ravenscroft , Chairman, National Association for Clean Air - Western Cape Branch
16:15 Presentations:
INSIGHT AND OVERVIEW OF THE WESTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. - Mr Kamaseelen Chetty, Deputy Director: Air Quality Management. Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning.
16:30 CITY OF CAPE TOWN AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN AND VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL STRATEGY. - Mr Ian Gildenhuys, Head, Specialised Health, City Health Cape Town
17:00 INTEGRATED RAPID TRANSPORT SYSTEM - Gershwin Fortune, Manager, System Planning and Modelling, City of Cape Town
17:45 Discussion
18:00 Information sharing, NACA activities
18:15 Social function

RSVP and security clearance:
RSVP by Thursday 9 February 2012
Certain security measures are in place at the venue. It is therefore important that you forward your name and the organization you representing to facilitate the arrangements.

Hans Linde
Honorary Branch Secretary: NACA Western Cape Branch.
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Cell: 072 843 2764

Please forward this invitation to people you thinks may be interested in attending