Have your say about the proposed nuclear waste dump in South Australia.
Time is rapidly running out for the public to voice their opinion because submissions to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science close on 12 December 2019.
How can you help and have your say?
There are lots of options:
Only people who live in or own land in the ballot areas are eligible to vote. The enrolment period has closed. The Kimba ballot has concluded. You can read our media release about the results here. The Flinders Ranges ballot ends on 12 December 2019.
If you are not eligible to vote, you can send a submission to the Minister.
Submissions will be received only until 12th December, 2019
• You can write your own submission and email it to:
• Or, you can use this on-line proforma:
Want to send a submission to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS) but not sure what to say? Here are some points to consider.
(Don’t forget to include your name and contact details, and indicate if you want your submission made public or not)
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You can write a letter to:
Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
National Radioactive Waste Management Taskforce
GPO Box 2013, Canberra, ACT, 2601
4. CONTACT FEDERAL POLITICIANS
5. CONTACT SA MINISTER FOR ENERGY & MINING
Contact the SA Minister for Energy and Mining, Dan Van Holst Pellekaan and tell tell him to stand up for the legislation that makes radioactive waste dumps illegal in SA.
Call him on 08 8226 1300
Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to him at: Office for the Minister of Energy and Mining, GPO Box 974, Adelaide SA 5001
6. SPREAD THE WORD!
Please encourage your friends, family, colleagues - everyone! - to write a submission. Send them this link.