2010 Urban Sustainability grants
The Urban Sustainability program awarded grants totalling $80 million between 2006-2009. In 2010 funds were allocated to two final major grants. The grants are detailed below.
|2010 Urban Sustainability - major grant|
|Organisation||Project title||Amount $|
|Local Government and Shires Association of NSW (LGSA)||Roadside Vegetation - USP - WASIP|
Local Government and Shires Association of NSW (LGSA)
Roadside vegetation - USP - WASIP
The project will promote, administer and deliver the NSW Roadside Vegetation Implementation (NSW RVI) project. It will provide support to local government grantees under the NSW RVI project; technical and strategic support for implementation of Waste and Sustainability Improvement Payments (WASIP) funded projects; and continue the Urban Sustainability Alliance support to grantees. The project will also aggregate appropriate information from the Urban Sustainability Program (USP) funded projects as a resource to local government in undertaking future sustainability projects. Please see their website from more information on NSW RVI.
|2010 Urban Sustainability - waterways grant|
|Sydney Water||Malabar Stormwater Project|
Malabar Stormwater Project
The project provides a contribution to the construction of stormwater system diversion and connections to the Southern and Western Suburbs Ocean Outfall Sewer 2 (SWSOOS2) outfall tunnel at Malabar Sewerage Treatment Plant. The objective of the project is to reduce the flow of stormwater into Malabar Beach and hence improve the long term water quality at the beach.
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