South Australian News

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River Murray Water Allocations

An update on the River Murray inflows over the last 3 months have been some of the highest on record…[Read More]

EPA SA intention to replace existing noise policy

EPA SA has advised in the 16 June 2022 Government Gazette of the intention to replace the Environment Protection (Noise)…[Read More]

$500,00 penalty for using unlicensed waste depots

An order for clean-up costs of $500,000 has been issued to a South Australian company for the deposit of waste…[Read More]

Draft radiation regulations and code of compliance: Comment sought

EPA SA is consulting with medical, science, mining and other industrial users of radiation on draft regulations and codes of…[Read More]

Subsidies for SA businesses wanting to improve their sustainability

The SA Government is providing funding under the Assess Implement Monitor (AIM) Grants that provides SA businesses with a subsidy…[Read More]

Draft Barossa Water Security Strategy: Comment sought

The SA Government is seeking feedback on the draft Barossa Water Security Strategy that aims at supporting the Barossa region…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Recycling Infrastructure Grants

Green Industries SA is providing grants through the Recycling Infrastructure Grants program to SA businesses and local governments that recover,…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Circular Economy Market Development Grants

Green Industries SA is providing grants through the Circular Economy Market Development Grants for councils, research institutes, and businesses that…[Read More]

EPA SA obtains court order to shutdown unauthorised waste recovery/landfill depot

EPA SA was recently successful in obtaining a court order to stop a company and its Manager from operating an…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Electric vehicle subsidy package for SA businesses

SA businesses and individuals will now be able to access subsidies and registration exemptions to purchase new electric battery and…[Read More]

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