Walkways and viewing areas along the River Torrens at Hindmarsh have been re-opened following the completion of work by SA Water to stabilise the nearby riverbank in time for the Brewery Christmas lights display.
News releases - Ian Hunter
SA Water has completed an $11.4 million capacity upgrade of the wastewater network that services the majority of the Adelaide CBD and the city’s south-eastern suburbs.
As South Australia celebrates 40 years since the start of our container deposit scheme, we are leading the nation in recycling beverage containers.
The Eco Waste Solutions Resource Recovery Centre officially opened Monday, creating up to 12 new full-time jobs and making it easier for regional centres like Gawler to reprocess or reduce waste.
Eleven councils across South Australia have been granted a total of $2.2 million this year to help protect and conserve the state’s coastline, including from the impacts of climate change.
Nominations are now open to recognise the contributions of emerging and established women leaders who are making a positive contribution to the waste management and circular economy sector.
The Government is offering up to $25,000 for world-class business ideas that will entice more tourists to visit the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary, a significant shorebird site on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.
Forty-one schools in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region have received grants totalling more than $70,000 to support environmental projects including creating bush tucker gardens, building frog ponds and restoring bandicoot habitat.
A new demonstration project of seedlings and mature trees has been officially opened in the CBD to better understand carbon offsets, which are increasingly being sought by business and others as part of their efforts to transition to a low-carbon economy.
The State Government is seeking feedback on draft policies for the management of feral deer and pigs, with the aim of improving control by landholders.
Salt levels in Lake Albert have returned to pre-Millennium Drought levels thanks to water level cycling and several high-flow events in recent years.
Irrigators and river communities are invited to give feedback on proposed changes to the irrigation salinity policy that would support new irrigation development and make it easier for irrigators to change crops.