Fight for Quorn water quality lands on SA Water doorstep

Katie Jackson
Updated November 15 2023 - 1:29pm, first published November 11 2023 - 8:33am
Flinders Ranges Council councilor Ian Carpenter, mayor Ken Anderson and CEO Eric Brown with Quorn resident Barb Walker outside of SA Water last week. Picture supplied
Flinders Ranges Council councilor Ian Carpenter, mayor Ken Anderson and CEO Eric Brown with Quorn resident Barb Walker outside of SA Water last week. Picture supplied

Although almost 100 percent of residents in Quorn say they choose not to drink the town's mains water due to its poor quality, a ground water desalination plant has not been listed by SA Water in its 2024-28 regulatory proposal.

Katie Jackson

Katie Jackson

Journalist

Journalist at Stock Journal. Born into a journo family in the state's South East, Katie made the move to the big smoke to join the team in early 2022 after seven years spent at various mastheads in the regions.

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