Sasol held their bi-annual public meeting on air quality on 27 June at the recreational clubs in Secunda and eMbalenhle.
The meeting was hosted by Sasol Secunda Operations as part of the company’s Atmospheric Emission Licenses (AEL) requirement.
The discussions focussed on the proposed community-based projects in eMbalenhle and Lebohang to ambient air quality. Feedback on the impact these projects have on air quality, and Sasol’s commitment to improving its performance in this respect, played an integral part in this discussion.
This is part of the progress on the public participation process for the Air Quality Offset Implementation Plan to 2020.
“Sasol remains committed to continuously improving our environment footprint,” said Nani Mangoale, Manager: Stakeholder Engagement and Policy at Sasol Secunda Operations.
She said Sasol will continue to engage with stakeholders and share environmental data through platforms such as these public meetings.
They want to build a productive relationship with the community and also to ensure sustainable ambient air quality improvements for all.