Brisbane - Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031 outlines future targets and commitments to create a cleaner, greener and sustainable city.
Visit Salvage Recycling Art Exhibition from 7 July to 19 August 2017 (excluding Sundays) at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
Check out a list of items that should not be put in your household recycling bin.
Our tip shops regularly receive bikes from people who are no longer using them. Head down to a tip shop this weekend to find a set of wheels.
Learn about food waste in Brisbane and simple changes you can make to make Brisbane a cleaner, greener city with less landfill.
If you're ever unsure about what can go in your recycling bin, use the free Brisbane Bin and Recycling app.
Come and plant street trees in your neighbourhood to help grow our urban forest. Check out upcoming events.
Make your garden more sustainable and enjoy learning new skills at Council workshops, libraries or with our Green Gardening Guide.
Register to receive the Green Heart Life e-newsletter, and keep up to date with the latest events and information on sustainable living. The e-newsletter also provides tips and ideas to help you reduce your environmental footprint and keep Brisbane clean and green.