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Election Caretaker Policy
From 6 September until 12 November 2022, the City of Mount Gambier is operating in an election caretaker period. Our online presence will be altered in accordance with Caretaker Policy. All Council content posted on this website is Authorised by City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier SA.

Environmental

Waste Transfer Station

The Waste Transfer Station is an important link to our community's total waste management system that understands the challenges, opportunities and unique issues of managing waste.

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ReUse Market

The Mount Gambier ReUse Market aims to reduce landfill by reusing and upcycling useful items and is a place where you can get anything and everything second hand - building materials, bikes, sports gear, garden equipment, spare parts, bric-a-brac, furniture etc.

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Water

Water is a precious resource, without which life is not possible. Save water, save money and protect the environment.

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Energy

Save energy, save money and help the environment.

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Sustainable Living

Sustainable living is smart living. Learn how to save money, improve your health and wellbeing, and tread lighter on our environment by learning from people in our community who are already doing it.

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Natural Environment

We all depend on the natural environment for clean air, water and a host of other environmental services. The majority of the natural ecosystems in the South East have been degraded or removed. It is essential that we protect what is remaining, and work to improve the natural environment for future generations.

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Food & Garden

Mount Gambier Edible City aims to promote the development of Mount Gambier’s local food culture – encouraging residents to grow their own food, whilst supporting existing local food producers to connect with and educate the community.

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Transport

Riding, walking and scooting is not only good for the environment it's also better for you health, not to mention cheaper than running a car (which can be over $17,000 a year). Taking public transport is also better for the environment.

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E-Waste

Unwanted computer and electrical equipment can be dropped off for recycling at the Waste Transfer Station.

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Waste and Recycling - Educational

Not sure what to recycle and where? Find some helpful tips and tricks to maximise your recycling efforts.

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