The Australasian Recycling Label provides Australians with easy-to-understand recycling information when you need it most. It makes it easier for you to put the right packaging in the right bin. It removes confusion, saves time and reduces waste going to landfill.
The National Product Stewardship Investment Fund provides grants of up to $1 million for projects that will deliver against the fund's two objectives. To accelerate work on new product stewardship schemes and/or improve rates of recycling across new and existing schemes.
The Container Deposit Scheme enables people in South Australia to take eligible beverage containers to return points and receive a 10 cent refund for each container. You can choose to keep your refund or donate it to charity.
The Business Energy Advice Program delivers advice to help eligible small businesses get better energy deals and reduce energy usage.
The Circular Economy Business Support Program provides funding to businesses, organisations and industry sectors to identify, prioritise and implement improvements in resource efficiency, waste management and resource recovery.
The Lead Educate Assist Promote Grants of up to $50,000 assists eligible South Australian peak industry bodies, associations and coordinated business groups to promote efficiency sustainable business practices to constituents.
The Valuing Business Waste Grants assists eligible South Australian businesses, not-for-profit organisations, tertiary education centres and government organisations to identify better ways to manage waste.
The Resource Efficiency and Productivity grants assist eligible South Australian businesses and not-for-profit organisations operating in South Australia with grants of up to $10,000 in the areas of energy efficiency and productivity, waste management and water use.
The South Australian Home Battery Scheme helps households to access state government subsidies and loans of up to $3000 to pay for the installation of home battery systems.
The Virtual Power Plant initiative is now open for South Australians to register their interest.