The South Australian River Murray Sustainability Program (SARMS) has built strong and sustainable irrigation communities and helped to secure water resources needed for a healthy environment and a prosperous state.
SARMS is a $265 million funding package resulting from collaborative efforts between the Australian and South Australian Governments and the water industry. It comprises two areas of investment: the Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (SARMS-3IP) and a suite of regional development, research and innovation programs that included the redevelopment of the Loxton Research Centre.
SARMS is delivered by the South Australian Government and has been designed to achieve the outcomes sought by the Water Industry Alliance in their original River Murray Improvement Program proposal. For further information on SARMS-3IP, head to the PIRSA website.
The Water Industry Alliance has been contracted by PIRSA to provide a listing of the capabilities of firms for the South Australian River Murray Sustainability- Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (SARMS-IIIP). The information in this document is populated by the companies themselves and the WIA has not verified the information provided. As such we recommend that this listing be used as a first point of contact but people wishing to engage with the companies listed undertake their own due diligence on the companies.
Include Your Capability Listing
The Water Industry Alliance has opened to all companies the opportunity to register their capabilities for inclusion in the Irrigation Capability Irrigation Industry Service Provider Directory. The company service providers survey is now open and can be accessed by clicking here, the website will be updated initially weekly to include new entries.
View the Directory
The compiled capability listing can be found below.