$400,000 for Hawkesbury-Nepean River clean-up effort

Friday, 13 May 2022

A re-elected Morrison Government will provide $400,000 to Camden Council to support clean-up and restoration activities along the Hawkesbury-Nepean River. 
“After the damage caused by the recent flood events, this investment will deliver action on the ground,” Mr Taylor said. 
“This funding is for targeted recovery projects and will assist Camden Council with the river clean-up, recovery, waste management, and riverbank restoration. 
“This is all about investing in the riverfronts where our local community lives, works, and plays and ensuring we continue to protect our local river system.” 
The Morrison Government is committed to the long-term recovery of flood-affected communities, and we’ll have their backs on the journey to recovery. 
Since 2019, the Morrison Government has committed more than $6 billion to protect the environment across Australia, including native species recovery, habitat restoration, marine conservation, the National Landcare Program, environmental science, recycling and partnerships with community groups and Traditional Owners.

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