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Brisbane - Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031 outlines future targets and commitments to create a cleaner, greener and sustainable city.
Check out our blog on greener gardening and recycle your way to a better backyard.
Join a Habitat Brisbane group and make a real difference in your local community and environment.
Need more room for your recycling? Order a larger or additional recycling bin from Council. It's only $30 for delivery.
Council has joined up with some of Brisbane’s favourite cooking schools so you can learn tips to use your leftovers and help reduce food waste.
Experience natural areas on your doorstep through free events and hands-on activities at the Peaks to Points festival from 14-29 July.
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