We value your input!

On 18 November 2020, the EPA wrote to residents in Tonsley and surrounding suburbs about the proposed establishment of a groundwater prohibition area.

The EPA has established groundwater prohibition areas in several areas of metropolitan Adelaide. Community engagement has informed their establishment, and in some instances has changed the depth and breadth of the prohibition.

The purpose is to protect both current and future landholders from accessing the contaminated groundwater.

Community engagement with the EPA is ongoing, and we encourage you to please get in contact with us during this time. We are especially keen to hear from existing bore users, whether your bore is registered or unregistered.

Reminder: Consultation closes 16 February 2021

We are available over the phone and online and encourage you to please call or email us, either during or outside of business hours.

  • Phone: (08) 8204 2004
  • Email: engage.epa@sa.gov.au
  • On this site: interactive map, Q&A, 'How you would like to be engaged' poll, and register to stay informed
  • Video conference or in person: please contact us to make arrangements
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