Upper Spencer Gulf Common Purpose Group

Upper Spencer Gulf Common Purpose Group

Stellar Year for Spencer Gulf Cities

December 30, 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, the Spencer Gulf Cities Association has reflected on its achievements as it prepares for the year ahead. Chair, Mayor Leon Stephens said the Upper Spencer Gulf region has taken a huge step forward in recent times and the tri-city alliance between Port Augusta, Whyalla and Port Pirie remains a…

Transforming the Upper Spencer Gulf

This report aims to capitalise and build on the strengths of the Upper Spencer Gulf, and lead the region’s transformation towards a competitive, vibrant and self-reliant economy and community.

Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy

The Upper Spencer Gulf Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy (Strategy) is a document that sets what the region is aiming to achieve and the framework for managing waste and resources over the next 5 years. The Strategy also provides background information on the drivers, and guiding principles that support the development of the Strategy’s objectives and opportunities.

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Please stay safe at home this Easter and school holidays. The Mayors of the Spencer Gulf Cities support Premier Steven Marshall’s plea for all South Australians to protect their health, and the health of others, by staying at home these holidays.

A great plug from Prof Ross Garnaut at the AICD energy and sustainability forum in Adelaide today - 'from SA's Mid North and Upper Spencer Gulf to Pt Lincoln - there's no other place in the world you can see such a wide range of renewable technologies'.

Thanks to Premier Marshall and Ministers Dan VHP and Stephan Knoll for a very productive meeting with USG Mayors today. Some great opportunities for the USG to help meet SA's growth target.

The Hon Dan VHP, Minister for Energy and Mining and strong advocate for the Stuart electorate and the USG - at 2019 Premier's Awards in energy and mining.

Maybe the start of a circular economy for the USG...

Twitter feed video.Maybe the start of a circular economy for the USG...
GFG Alliance Whyalla@GFGWhyalla

A great video from Whyalla City Council on the recycling of the old jetty steel through our operations - the very place in which it was manufactured in the 1970s!

Jetties and marine infrastructure are so important to coastal communities and visitors, but local councils just don't have the money to fund the ongoing repairs on their own - need stronger support from other levels of govt

Twitter feed video.Jetties and marine infrastructure are so important to coastal communities and visitors, but local councils just don't have the money to fund the ongoing repairs on their own - need stronger support from other levels of govt
Spencer Gulf Nightly News@SpencerGulfNN

JETTY FEEDBACK
Residents in regional areas are being urged to provide feedback on the future of jetties and wharfs in regional South Australia. Local leaders say the structures need to be recognised for their economic and social value. @garthburley1

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