Circular procurement knowledge hub

Tools, guidelines, case studies and training to you incorporate circular procurement practices in your business.

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Sustainable kerbside services

Practical information and tools for SA councils on introducing the service

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SA household chemicals and paint drop-off depots

There are a number of centres across metro and regional South Australia where you can dispose of unwanted paint and household chemicals.

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Driving the circular economy

Green Industries SA is leading South Australia’s transition to a circular economy by ensuring resources circulate more within the state’s economy through innovation and best practice in resource recovery and remanufacturing.

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About GISA

Green Industries SA is an enabler and driver of change, supporting development of the circular economy through diverse collaborations and partnerships which improve productivity, resilience, resource efficiency and the environment. 

Our role:

  • Keeping South Australia at the forefront of green innovation in the waste, recycling and resource recovery sectors
  • Delivering reduced waste to landfill and increasing the State’s capacity for recycling
  • Building the State’s capability and resilience in the area of disaster waste management

We are helping businesses to implement sustainable resource efficiency measures and increase productivity; we are funding innovations which will create new jobs in the waste and recycling sector for solutions to growing problematic new waste streams; and we are undertaking leading-edge work in the areas of disaster waste management, circular economy leadership education and waste infrastructure planning for the next 30 years.

Our work has been recognised internationally, with our expertise sought by other jurisdictions nationally and internationally.

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News South Australia’s regions a step closer to a circular economy

Green Industries SA (GISA), in collaboration with Regional Development Australia in the...

News SA brings forward timeline for single-use plastic bans

South Australia is taking the next steps to replace the waste.South Australians...

Case Studies Bridgestone-Bandag

Bridgestone-Bandag: Extending the life of truck tyres through retreadingA case study for...

Funding RMF Plastics Technology

Funding is available through the Australian Government’s $60 million Recycling...

Resources Annual Report 2022–23

South Australia is known for its leadership in resource recovery and waste...

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