Bordertown joins the conversation
Talk about ways to reduce our carbon footprint was lively when our tour reached Bordertown, with many participants pleased with the work we already do in this space.
“I was very surprised that SA Water already has mini hydro plants in place – I’d always thought that was a good idea. I was pleasantly surprised to find out how proactive SA Water is on the environmental management front,” said Keith Zilm.
Carmel Pilgrim echoed this sentiment and thinks it’s important we think about the environment now, to ensure it’s in good shape for future generations.
“Looking into new ways for renewable energy is awesome. I’m really impressed with the importance you’re placing on the environment,” she said.
“I was skeptical at the start, but I enjoyed being here and being able to express my opinion openly without being criticised.”
If you’d like to add your voice to the conversation, visit watertalks.sawater.com.au.
Consultation has concluded