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Water Recycling

. Detention basins are fitted with automated controlled release mechanisms to enable the release of stormwater at an optimal flow rate for treatment. Once released from controlled detention, stormwater

The increasing importance of older persons mental health

on physical health and vice versa. For example, older adults with physical health conditions such as heart disease have higher rates of depression than those who are healthy. Additionally, untreated

Strategic Property Development Program

to invest in more community services and facilities. This builds on Council’s capacity to provide what our community needs whilst also limiting rate increases. If these sites are developed, Council

Family History Resources

are available at a rate of $35.00 per hour (*plus costs). For more information, contact the Local History Officer on 8406 8207 Online These resources can be used to support genealogical and history

Aquifer Storage Recovery

the T1 & T2 sedimentary limestone aquifers of the northern Adelaide plains are utilised for ASR, with injection rates ranging from 10 litres per second in the T1 aquifer up to 40 litres per second

Building Upgrade Finance

? No additional security is needed Longer-term finance (e.g. 10-20 years) Competitive fixed interest rates No deposit – 100% project finance is available Ability to share costs with tenants Ability

Green Waste

licence, household bill or rates notice will be charged a discounted fee. The Resource Recovery Centre also has loan trailers available for green waste disposal. For more information, please click

Dry Creek Linear Park

floor mats were used as a precaution and those in charge of handling explosives wore rubber soled shoes. The Yatala Powder Magazine can be found on the northern side of Dry Creek and can only

Existing Connections

for arranging and covering the costs of any additional onsite water infrastructure necessary to maintain your required flow rate, which must be installed by an appropriately licensed plumber. For further

Walkleys Road Corridor FAQ

will be retained by Council and used to invest in more community services and facilities. This builds on Council’s capacity to deliver community needs and limit the extent of rate increases that would otherwise