Earl Polman, chairperson of Vredelust Ratepayers’ Association, said the City believed that it had exhausted all options.
“The mayor said he would be in contact with national government,” said Polman.
“We are not happy with anything. Many of the people in Kuils River are affected by this and we are inhaling the fumes and chemicals on a daily basis,” Polman said.
Lyndon Khan, Plato’s spokesperson, said broader consultation on the issue was required.