Seventy years of quarrying operations on the property left a deep scar on the landscape. Every effort is being made to restore the area and render it suitable for the construction of housing. To accomplish this Janho obtained a licence for a Building Rubble Landfill Site (License No: Gaut 002/08-09/W0047)

Unlike the municipal building rubble landfill sites, which confine the rubble deposited there to the size of a brick or smaller, Janho accepts building rubble containing waste products of any size, ranging from sand and soil to large boulders and concrete slabs!

With Renico Earthworks and Civils undertaking many projects involving deep excavations in the development of super basements and the like, subsoil is also available and the use of this material along with the larger rubble, allows for good systematic compaction as the site is slowly filled.

The site is open from 8h00 to 17h00 from MONDAY to FRIDAY

Please report to the office on arrival.

The Waste Act defines BUILDER’S RUBBLE as: “Waste produced during the construction, alteration, repair or demolition of any structure and includes concrete, earth, rock and wood that is displaced during that construction, alteration, repair or demolition”.

NO DOMESTIC HOUSEHOLD OR MEDICAL WASTE, METAL, STEEL, ALUMINIUM, PLASTIC OR PAPER IS ALLOWED.
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