Project Partners

 

Project Co-ordinator

SERRROC (or the South East Resource Recovery Regional Organisation of Councils) co-ordinates the Sustaining our Towns project.  SERRROC is a  is a voluntary association of thirteen local government bodies located in the South East of New South Wales. The group aims to achieve the development and implementation of regional solutions to resource recovery including regional education initiatives.

Project Partners

Sustaining our Towns project partners are  Clean Energy for Eternity and the Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority.  Clean Energy for Eternity is a not-for-profit community organisation seeking to achieve energy efficiency and renewable energy targets across the South East of NSW.  The Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority has a focus on catchment management across a large part of the project region.

Participating Councils

The thirteen SERRROC Councils participate in the Sustaining our Towns project.  They are:

  1. Bega Valley Shire Council
  2. Bombala Shire Council
  3. Boorowa Shire Council
  4. Cooma-Monaro Shire Council
  5. Eurobodalla Shire Council
  6. Goulburn-Mulwaree Shire Council
  7. Harden Shire Council
  8. Palerang Council
  9. Queanbeyan City Council
  10. Snowy River Shire Council
  11. Upper Lachlan Shire Council
  12. Yass Valley Council
  13. Young Shire Council

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