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Title: Strategic Environmental Assessment (Sea) For The Port Of Cape Town And Environmental Impact Assessment (Eia) For The Expansion Of The Container Terminal Stacking Area: Specialist Study On Maritime Archaeology
Authors: Werz, Bruno E.J.S.
ASFA Terms: Environmental Impact Assessment
Issue Date: May-2003
Citation: SEA/EIA Port of Cape Town
Abstract: The following specialist report forms part of the larger Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the Port of Cape Town, the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the extension of the container terminal in that port, and the related sourcing of fill material. The development and management of these assessments, as well as the monitoring and guiding of specialist studies, is being undertaken jointly by Sakaza Communications and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and specifically the Council’s environmental department (Environmentek). The project is commissioned by the National Ports Authority (NPA), Port of Cape Town. The project was set in motion towards the end of the 1990s, whereby the emphasis initially lay with the EIA for the proposed expansion of the container terminal in Cape Town harbour. During the orientation phase for this, that included a public participation process, a number of key issues were identified. These vary considerably and range from planning, traffic management, visual and noise effects, to potential impacts on the marine ecology and cultural resources in the area.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/391
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