The Kraaifontein Waste Management Facility was the first large-scale refuse transfer station in South Africa integrated with a mechanised materials recovery facility.
JG Afrika was appointed to provide specialist hydrological and hydraulic input to a scoping study to investigate the widening and rehabilitation of the lower Keyser River.
Stellenbosch Municipality required an update to the town's river management plan for the Eerste, Krom and Plankenbrug Rivers.
A DWA (KZN region) initiative to implement the Water Allocation Reform (WAR) programme through compulsory water licensing in the Mhlathuze Catchment.
The City of Cape Town embarked on a multi-phase stormwater planning project to identify the main problems and develop strategies to reduce the impact on residents of flooding.
JG Afrika's professional services were required for the design of 100 ha of micro irrigation system for the production of citrus trees.