Assess Implement Monitor (AIM) Grants SA


Assess Implement Monitor (AIM) Grants provide South Australian businesses with a subsidy to conduct businesses assessments and implement recommendations to improve their sustainability.

Open
Close date: 30 Jun 2022.
Application detail:

Applications will close 30 June 2022 or when all funds are allocated, whichever occurs first.

What do you get?

A subsidy of up to $15,000.

Who is this for?

South Australian businesses and not-for-profit organisations.

Overview

Subsidies are available for businesses and not-for-profits to access energy audit/assessments to help them identify, prioritise, and implement business sustainability improvements.

Funding can be used for:

  • materials efficiency assessments
  • resource efficiency assessments (energy, water, waste)
  • lean production assessments
  • sustainable procurement review/assessments
  • research, design and business case development for implementation of circular economy principles
  • energy audits or assessment.

If successful, applicants will receive:

  • up to $10,000 for an assessment (co-contribution 2:1, GISA:applicant)
  • up to $5,000 to implement assessment recommendations (co-contribution 1:1, GISA:applicant).

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, you must:

  • use commercial waste collection services (in addition to, or instead of, council kerbside waste collection services)
  • have been operating in South Australia for a minimum of 2 years
  • hold a current Australian business number (ABN) and be registered for goods and services tax (GST)
  • hold and maintain Public Liability Insurance to the value of at least $1 million for the duration of the proposed project.

Not-for-profit organisations must be registered with an appropriate Australian and/or State-based authority as a legal entity.

How do you apply?

Find out more about eligibility and how to apply at Assess Implement Monitor (AIM) Grants.