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10 Inside BUSINESS: ICT&GADGETS Wednesday, November 29 2017 | NEW ERA reen Enterprise Solutions s first Namibian company o exhibit at AfricaCom Staff Reporter Staff Reporter T CALL FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE SETTING UP OF A FUEL SERVICE STATION AND A TRUCKPORT ON A PLOT IN MPUNGU VILLAGE KAVANGO WEST REGION CONSERVER INVESTMENT CC (Environmental Consultants) have been engaged by EKWAFO INVESTMENT CC to conduct a full Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and develop an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for the above mentioned project so as to obtain an Environmental Clearance Certificate, hence Notice is hereby given in terms of the requirements of the Environmental Management Act (No 7, of 2007) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (GN 30 in GG 4878 of 06/02/12) Project Description: There is proposed setting up of a FUEL SERVICE STATION AND A TRUCK PORT on an open degraded piece of land in MPUNGU Village in KAVANGO WEST REGION, measuring 1 (ONE) hectare. Location: The project site is located on a piece of land allocated by the Traditional Authority in MPUNGU Village, Kavango West Region. How to Participate: We invite all Interested and Affected parties (I&Aps) to submit their inputs by contacting the Environmental Consultant. INTERESTED AND AFFECTED PARTIES (I &Aps) are required to provide their inputs, comments and contributions in regard to the project not later than the 15 DECEMBER 2017 to the Environmental Consultant or alternatively attend a public meeting to be held on the 15 DECEMBER 2017 At the proposed project site in MPUNGU Village. Contact details for comments and further information: M.P HAUSIKU CONSERVER INVESTMENT CC (Environmental Consultants) Cell: +264817637974/ +264814087482Email: BBC

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