Topics: green

National Recycling Week takes place each November, which means there's no better time to rethink your recycling habits at home.

Council has partnered with Grow It Local to encourage residents to learn how to save money by minimising food waste and growing their own food through a series of dedicated online workshops and live cooking and gardening demonstrations.

[UPDATED: September 2022] The top three foods that Brisbane residents throw in their general waste bin are bread, meat and salad greens. Use this blog to find out tips to prevent food wastage.

Use this blog to find out how to choose the right kitchen caddy and how to use it to collect household food scraps to put in your compost bin, worm farm or food waste recycling green bin (selected suburbs only) or take to a community composting hub.

Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.