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In South Australia, at a fixed time interval every year four times a year, the NRM (Natural Resource Management) levy is imposed and presented to house owners in their council rates. The NRM levy is collected by councils and forwarded directly to the relevant NRM board rather than to the government treasury. The NRM levy is currently struck on the value of property/properties (NRM Act 2004, Section 95) and presented to the public as a separate line on their council rate notice, to help take care of local natural resources, such as water, soil, the marine environment, native plants and animals.

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