Sasol says it complies with Atmosphere Emission Licences (AEL) reguirements

Ms Estelle Marais (manager of Environment Air at Sasol) talks about air quality control at Sasol’s engagement session held at the Sasol Club in Secunda on Wednesday, 29 November.

Sasol said it complies with Atmosphere Emission Licences (AEL) reguirements.

This was during consultation sessions on air quality that Sasol hosted on 29 and 30 November in eMbalenhle, Secunda and Leslie.

These sessions were part of the company’s AEL requirements.

Sasol focused on their performance on air quality and gave feedback on their commitment to improve their performance in this respect, including the offsetting implementation plan.

The discussion points during the engagement sessions concentrated on progress on Sasol’s air quality improvement roadmap and progress on the air quality offset implementation plan to 2020 to improve ambient air quality.

Sasol invited residents with environmental complaints, to contact them at 082 902 1989.

Read the complete article in the Echo newspaper on our website here.


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