Clean and green blog

Keep up to date with everything clean and green! Use this blog to find tips, tricks and more regarding reducing, reusing and recycling as well as information about Brisbane natural environment.

Latest posts

6 August 2019

Do you have a closet full of ‘fast fashion’ you’ve only worn once or twice? Does your bin fill up with unwanted clothes when you decide to update your wardrobe?

6 August 2019

Keeping Brisbane clean and tidy can be a big job, but with everyone pitching in and doing their part, the Brisbane lifestyle residents and visitors have come to love will continue to flourish.

8 July 2019

We know how important it is to recycle items like cardboard, paper and hard plastics, but did you know it’s also important to recycle green waste?

8 July 2019

Apartment living in Brisbane is becoming increasingly popular but living in a small space doesn’t mean you can’t be sustainable and do things like compost, recycle or limit your amount of waste ending up in landfill.

7 June 2019

We all want to make a difference and support a cleaner and greener Brisbane by taking small actions in our homes, like recycling. Yet, despite our good intentions, we often get stuck wondering what can be recycled, where it goes once collected each fortnight, and why it matters.

7 June 2019

Plastic is not fantastic! Approximately 38,000 tonnes of plastic was sent to landfill in Brisbane last year via household rubbish bins, including lots of plastic products that could have been recycled or avoided.

10 May 2019

Did you know many of your kitchen scraps can easily be composted to create rich nutrients for your garden instead of going to landfill?

10 May 2019

Take your eco-warrior spirit to the streets with more to see and do for Brisbane’s greenest thumbs at events happening across the city in the coming weeks.

16 April 2019

Food waste is a big part of what goes into Brisbane’s bins but thankfully it’s quick, easy and free to regrow a host of food scraps into delicious fresh produce to help keep your kitchen, and Brisbane, clean and green.

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Last updated:26 April 2019