Brisbane City Council is saving more than $4 million a year by recycling more than 62,000 tonnes of asphalt and 7000 tonnes of glass as part of its road resurfacing plan.
Brisbane residents are being encouraged to explore our city’s creative talent and cast their vote as part of the 2017 Lord Mayor’s Green Heart Photography Competition.
Brisbane City Council has recognised groups and individuals going above and beyond to secure a cleaner, greener and more sustainable future for Brisbane, as part of this year’s Cleaner Suburbs Awards.
Brisbane’s clean, green and sustainable credentials will be bolstered as part of a $583 million package announced as part of the Lord Mayor’s 2017-18 Budget.
Brisbane City Council has achieved a 100 per cent carbon neutral status for the first time, continuing to fulfil its vision of a clean, green and sustainable Brisbane.
Brisbane’s green credentials continue to grow, with Brisbane City Council taking out the top gong at the 2016 Keep Australia Beautiful Australian Sustainable Cities Awards.
Residents living in Brisbane’s west are being urged to get prepared for bushfire season, and Brisbane City Council is hosting dedicated information sessions to help the community prepare their homes and families.
Community gardens are set to become composting hubs in a new trial being launched by Brisbane City Council this weekend.
Brisbane is becoming more sustainable thanks to a cutting edge recycling machine in City Hall that is turning left over food scraps into eco-friendly plant compost.
Council will be putting on a show with high fashion catwalks, tips and tricks from renowned stylists and workshops with eco designers at South Bank Parklands this Friday August 19.