There are two washdown stations on the Cape currently, both owned, maintained and operated by the State Government. Whilst they have the responsibility to managed these assets, both are currently inoperable. This is why CfAT, our partner, have listed this as a project, as they are exploring the potential of locally owned and operated stations at entry points to at risk country.
There are several questions and answers on the wash down facilities in this forum, so be sure to check these out also 🙂
This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by Luke Barbagallo.
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