Port Lincoln discuss affordable and quality services
Power got the people talking when we dropped in on Port Lincoln.
As a result of last year’s state-wide blackout and the impact that lasted longest at Port Lincoln, power supply has become something the whole community is aware of.
Rosa Fitzgerald said “It’s important for SA Water to take into account the needs for power to run the water supply, and to make sure the location of future infrastructure is planned to minimise impact on people and the environment.”
The balancing act of planning and operating our business was noted by participant Phil Naish.
“Maintaining a quality service, but also one that is affordable for most South Australians which seems to be a good balance at the moment, but we’ve seen examples where things blow out, so it needs to be managed carefully,” he said.
“I got a much better understanding of the direction of where SA Water is intending to head in the future, which was what interested me the most.”If you’d like to add your voice to the conversation, visit watertalks.sawater.com.au.
Consultation has concluded