Air and odour complaints | Brisbane City Council

Air and odour complaints

Brisbane City Council investigates environmental nuisance and air pollutants, including dirt and dust, odour complaints, spray drift and smoke, ash and fumes from residential, commercial and industrial areas. Find out about the regulations and how to make a complaint.

Dirt and dust complaints

Information on dirt and dust emissions. Find out what Council considers when investigating complaints and ways to reduce emissions. Link to how to lodge a complaint.

Odour complaints

Read about what Council considers when investigating an odour complaint. Includes ways to reduce odour emissions and link to how to lodge a complaint.

Spray paint and chemical spraying complaints

Read about what Council considers when investigating a spray drift complaint. Includes information on ways to reduce spray drift and link to how to lodge a complaint.

Smoke, ash and fumes complaints

Read information on smoke, ash and fumes emissions. Includes backyard burning, wood fired heaters and making complaints.

Regulations

Read about general nuisance emission regulations as defined under the Environmental Protection Act 1994. Includes information on action taken by Council and link to how to lodge a complaint.

Air quality

Find out about types of pollution in Brisbane's air from sources such as cars, bushfires, wood heaters and industrial emissions. Find details to make a complaint about smoky vehicles.

 

11 October 2018