South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan

South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan (SAWRRIP) complements the 30- Year Plan for Greater Adelaide 2017 and has been developed to provide a clear guide for future waste and resource recovery infrastructure needs across the State and support a resource efficient economy in South Australia. This is the first time such a plan has been prepared for South Australia and its regions. This plan presents the best available information and data to project future waste flows, maps existing waste and resource recovery infrastructure by major types, identifies potential future infrastructure needs, investment opportunities, and the associated risks.

The Plan and the Companion Report provide intelligence for industry that will assist in informing investment decisions, identifies potential infrastructure needs for specialised and problematic waste streams and considers soft infrastructure supporting the waste and resource recovery industry development.

 

Print versions:

South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan - print version (2018) South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan - print version (2018) (10683 KB)

The SAWRRIP Companion Report - print version (2018) The SAWRRIP Companion Report - print version (2018) (296 KB)

Web versions:

South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan - web version (2018) South Australia's Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan - web version (2018) (10978 KB)

The SAWRRIP Companion Report - web version (2018) The SAWRRIP Companion Report - web version (2018) (308 KB)