South Australia’s waste management and recycling sector will get a $1.7 million boost with the Marshall Liberal Government approving a range of projects to help reduce the amount of household waste sent to landfill.
Another South Australian business has officially been certified as ‘plastic free’ under the Marshall Liberal Government’s plan to ban single-use plastics with legislation to be introduced in the coming months.
South Australians impacted by bushfires will have help cleaning up with the Federal and State Governments covering the costs.
As part of the Marshall Government’s $12.9 billion infrastructure spend, 100 per cent recyclable materials have been used to seal parts of the $354 million Regency to Pym Street project that is creating hundreds of local jobs each year.
The first business in the state has officially gone ‘plastic free’ under the Marshall Liberal Government’s plan to ban single-use plastics in South Australia.