to receive advice when the water quality at local beaches may not be suitable for swimming. Beaches in Adelaide are safe and healthy for 98
irrigation, livestock and aquaculture recreational uses (eg swimming or boating) and aesthetics (visual appearance and enjoyment). Our Aquatic
and not into the drains or gutters. Similarly solid waste from cleaning animal enclosures must be disposed into general waste. Swimming pool filter backwash water
, making ice or watering edible plants), bathing, filling a swimming pool, pumping through a sprinkler or topping up a rainwater tank. Water sourced from
, provides much of the state's irrigation and stock water, and is used for swimming, water skiing and other recreation activities. Managing water
contaminated groundwater for drinking or cooking, and in showers, swimming pools and gardens (via ingestion, inhalation or through the skin). The contaminated groundwater is approximately 18–20 m below ground surface.
detailing, mechanics, concrete cutting, swimming pool cleaning, garden maintenance or outdoor cleaning. However, because of where these activities
, in showers, swimming pools and gardens (via ingestion, inhalation or through the skin). The contaminated groundwater is approximately 6-8metres
. In coastal waters not only has the pollution affected aquatic life, reducing biodiversity, it may also cause the water to be unsafe for swimming and other
by coastal surface waves. Woody weeds Introduced shrub like plants which can become pests, such as gorse and blackberries. Zooplankton Small, free-floating or weakly swimming animals that are difficult to see with the naked eye.