Students across South Australia were challenged to design a sustainable city and provide us with an explanation of their design.
Sustainability in cities is about making sure we have enough natural resources (water, food and energy sources), housing, jobs, facilities and services to keep the city functioning well and the people happy now and into the future.
Using renewable sources, recycling and green areas are essential to our health and the planet.
Congratulations to all the winners!
First prize: Brock Strudwick
Runners up: Damon Potts and Kaitlan Carver
Commendable mention: Ben Camileri
Please direct queries to email@example.com or phone 7424 2223.
Check out these cool ideas for sustainable designs:
Entries will be judged on how well you show us that you understand sustainable development.
Your competition entry must include:
Alternatively you may send printed copies of your design and explanation. Please do not send physical models. Photograph of the model will suffice.
Send your completed entries to firstname.lastname@example.org or SA Water Community Relations Team, PO Box 1751, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Entries close 5pm, Friday 2nd September 2016.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WATER CORPORATION DESIGN A SUSTAINABLE CITY COMPETITON
By submitting an entry for the SA Water Design a Sustainable City Competition you agree to be bound by these rules.
1. INTERPRETATION OF RULES.
In these rules:
2. WHO CAN ENTER
Any Student may enter the Competition during the Competition Period, with the exception of children of:
First Prize: $200 EB Games gift card
Runner up: $100 EB Games gift card
6. PROPERTY IN ENTRIES
By entering the competition, entrants agree to have their work displayed on the SA Water website and/or Social Media channels.
7. LOST LATE OR DAMAGED ENTRIES AND PRIZES
SA Water accepts no responsibility for entries or prizes damaged or lost in transit, or late, lost or misdirected mail.
8. NON COMPLIANCE WITH RULES
SA Water reserves the right to cancel the competition at any time and is not liable to any entrant in relation to such a cancellation.
SA Water customers in Goolwa and surrounding areas, including Goolwa Beach, Goolwa South, Goolwa North and Hindmarsh Island may currently be experiencing discoloured or milky water coming out of their taps.
This water remains safe to drink.
During recent planned maintenance in the area, some existing sediment in the local water supply network has been stirred up, resulting in the discoloured water.
We are working hard to resolve the issue, and we are flushing out the discoloured water. Given the size of the water network in the area, this may take some time. At this stage, we are hoping water supply will return to normal by Friday afternoon.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and provide updates on our website and Facebook page.
For further information or any questions, please contact us on 1300 SA WATER.