SPEDU, BCL Urged To Cooperate

SELEBI-PHIKWE: Councillors have advised SPEDU to work closely with BCL mine, especially for projects in which they do not have technical expertise such as harvesting of mine emissions.

Speaking at a full council meeting last week, councillor Mogae Ketshogile said it was important for SPEDU not to be in the forefront because there were complications and unforeseen circumstances such as costs.

“Capturing of mine emissions is not easy as SPEDU wants to portray it, hence giving the public high hopes may present some challenges,” he said. “Theory and technology is there, but it is not easy as there are lots of costs involved.”

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