As suggested by the program aim, the primary focus of RERP was the purchase of Water Access Licences (WALs) from willing sellers. Consistent with this focus, approximately $147.2 million of the overall RERP budget was spent on the purchase of WALs, or water infrastructure projects that led to water savings, for use on wetlands targeted by RERP. As a result of this investment, WALs representing over 108,000 megalitres are now being managed by the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW (DECCW).
NSW Rivers Environmental Restoration Program final report
This report presents the outcomes resulting from the $181.12-million investment in wetland health made through the NSW Rivers Environmental Restoration Program (RERP).
- 1 March 2011
- Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water
- Publication, Report
- ISBN 978-1-74293-215-6
- ID DECCW20110240
- File PDF 3.3MB
- Pages 62
- Name rivers-environmental-restoration-project-final-report-110240.pdf