The Fleurieu Regional Waste Authority was established in 2010 by the member councils of the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia in order to manage their waste and recycling operations. The member councils are Alexandrina Council, City of Victor Harbor, Kangaroo Island Council and the District Council of Yankalilla.
As of February 2010 all four Councils and the FRWA Board adopted the FRWA Charter, the 10- Year Strategic Plan, the 3-year Business Plan. The 10 year Strategic Plan adopted as its vision: ‘Councils working together to achieve sustainable waste and resource management’
Under its Charter, FRWA is responsible for providing and operating waste management services on behalf of the four constituent councils. This includes the operation of the areas waste transfer stations and the provision of waste, recycling and green waste kerbside collection services, public litter and event bin collections.
The adopted Business Plan 2010 -2014 guides the Board and the Management Team in delivering the Fleurieu Regional Waste Management Strategy endorsed by the constituent councils. It sets the framework for a shared services model that meets the future challenge of waste management for Local Government in the Fleurieu Region.
FRWA is governed by a nine member Board comprising an Independent Chair to govern and lead the Authority and eight other members, with an Elected Member and Officer from each Constituent Council.
The Management Team consists of the Executive Officer, Regional Manager Operations, Regional Coordinator and Senior Finance and Payroll Officer who manage the day to day operations and conduct the administration function.