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Environment and Sustainability

The City of Salisbury is committed to implementing practices and initiatives that contribute to achieving an environmentally sustainable city.

  • PFAS

    In November 2016, The Australian Government Department of Defence commenced detailed environmental investigation to identify the nature and extent of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on, and in the vicinity of, RAAF Base Edinburgh-base.

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    Native Plant Sale

    The City of Salisbury and Provenance Indigenous Plants are partnering to offer residents 10 native plants for $10.

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    Sustainability and Climate Change

    The City of Salisbury is committed to an ongoing strategy of sustainability to achieve viable, fulfilling and rewarding lifestyles for our community.

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    Urban Development and Transport

    The Urban Development and Transport Policy direction is to optimise ecologically sustainable urban development.

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    Trees

    The Urban Development and Transport Policy direction is to optimise ecologically sustainable urban development.

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    Waste

    Through community education, leading by example and strategic partnerships, Council aims to reduce waste and encourage recycling.

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    Wetlands and Water

    The City of Salisbury is committed to an ongoing strategy of sustainability, of which water conservation and management plays a critical part.

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  • Adapting Northern Adelaide

    Adapting Northern Adelaide - Climate change regional partnership initiative

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    St Kilda Mangroves

    Information dedicated to the current mangrove dieback situation.

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    Little Para Native Forest

    This project will see the enhancement of the natural open space along the Little Para River by planting 10,000 plants along this corridor.

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