Love Food Hate Waste
Brisbane City Council's Love Food Hate Waste campaign aims to raise awareness about the need to reduce the volume of food waste going to Brisbane landfill each year.
Learn about food waste in Brisbane and simple changes you can make to make Brisbane a cleaner, greener city with less landfill.
Every action adds up
Some food waste is unavoidable. Learn about organic recycling methods and Council's Community Composting Hubs.
Take on the Six-Week Food Waste Challenge and help reduce food waste. Your household could save between $2200 and $3800 per year!
Change the world one meal at a time. Get on board with the Love Food Hate Waste international movement and keep food out of the bin.
More than 31% of the average Brisbane rubbish bin is food waste. Check out our other food waste facts and why we waste food.
From 1 November, a container refund scheme will give people an incentive to collect and return containers for recycling for a 10 cent refund.
Want to know more about simple changes you can make to make Brisbane a cleaner, greener city with less landfill?
Be a part of our Love Food Hate Waste cooking workshops at Taya Kitchen and learn to create delicious Asian-style meals using left-overs.
Council's Love Food Hate Waste team will be at local shopping centres with free samples of banana bread and tips on how you can reduce food waste.