Topics: waste

Teacher resources - recycling and reducing waste

Teaching waste minimisation, recycling and litter prevention is now easier with Council’s free online lesson plans and fact sheets.


Week six: Learning to love your leftovers

Week six of the Six-week Food Waste Challenge aims to reduce your food waste by getting creative with your leftovers.

Week four: Smart food storage

Week four of the Six-week Food Waste Challenge focuses on understanding how food is best store to ensure it stays fresh and safe to eat for as long as possible.

Week three: Planning ahead and shopping mindfully

Week three of the Six-week food waste challenge is about learning how to prevent food from becoming waste by planning your meals and shopping with a list. It's all about forming new habits.


Week two: Buy nothing new

Week two of the Six-week food waste challenge is about not buying anything new - eat what's already in your fridge, freezer and pantry.


The humble ice cube tray

This common household item can help you save your food leftovers from going to waste.

Week one: Understanding food waste in your household

To kick start the Six-week Food Waste Challenge, it's important to understand the drivers behind food waste in your household. If you understand what you waste and why, you can make informed changes to your meal planning, grocery shopping and food preparation practices.

녹색 폐기물 재활용서비스

녹색 폐기물 재활용 쓰레기통은 깍은 잔디, 잘라낸 나뭇가지, 낙엽 등을 쉽고 저렴하게 버릴수 있는 방법입니다.




Waste utility charges

Council provides a wide range of waste management activities, including general waste service provision (collection and disposal), street sweeping, litter collection, cleansing parks and footpaths, education programs and the provision of waste management facilities.