One of the major eyesores and talking points along the Port Elizabeth beachfront is the Manganese ore terminal between Kings Beach and the Port Elizabeth Harbour. Not just does it look ugly, but the dust of the ore gets blown over the Humewood area when the wind blows from the north east. There are hopes that the ore terminal along with the tank farm next to it will be moved to the Coega Industrial Port. The manganese gets mined in the Northern Cape and transported by train to Port Elizabeth from where it gets exported. The bulk facility storage bins on the harbour has a capacity of 350,000 tonnes of manganese ore.