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Works start at newly created Nilpena Ediacara National Park
Construction is underway at South Australia’s newest national park to create a spectacular new $3.3 million fossil experience in the northern Flinders Ranges.
Seaweed – the next big marine industry for South Australia
South Australia’s fledgling commercial seaweed industry will get a significant boost with a $1.5 million state government project to grow the sector and create new jobs.
Earth observation technologies focus for partnership
Lot Fourteen based SITAEL Australia has announced a new partnership with the University of Adelaide’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) to cooperate in innovative research into space-based infrared instruments.
$1 million boost for innovative KI recovery projects
Farmers’ innovative recovery and resilience projects on Kangaroo Island will get a $1 million boost with the State Government providing funding to Livestock SA and Agriculture KI.
$3 million boost for Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park
A new lookout, upgraded campgrounds and improved visitor facilities will be delivered at three sites in a $3 million investment at the ever-popular Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park on the Yorke Peninsula.
Nearly $90 million of new water infrastructure projects
Ten water projects worth nearly $90 million will be delivered across South Australia, which will enhance water security, help stimulate regional economies and create hundreds of jobs.
$111 million boost for SA recycling industry
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive its biggest ever investment with eight new projects worth $111 million announced today to build and modernise key infrastructure.
Renewable solar energy key to clean drinking water
Researchers at the University of South Australia have designed a pioneering, fin-shaped evaporator that uses solar evaporation to turn contaminated water into safe drinking water.
Cleaning up renewable energy
A University of South Australia researcher is helping establish a lifetime stewardship scheme to manage renewable energy waste from solar panels.
10 stars for new energy efficient Adelaide home
South Australia now has its first 10 star-rated energy efficient home with construction finished at the Woodforde property in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
Forge a new trail at Myponga Reservoir
More than three kilometres of new trails are now ready to be explored at the Myponga Reservoir Reserve as the state government continues to improve recreational access at South Australia’s reservoirs.
$30 million boost for South Australian recycling industry
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive a $30 million boost with the Federal and State Government signing up to a National Partnership on Recycling Infrastructure.
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18 Sep 2021 4:36 pm