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Queensland Environment
The Qld Government is committed to enhancing Qld’s ecosystems, protecting heritage places and avoiding, minimising or mitigating impacts to the environment.
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Queensland Environment Jun 11
Are you a business owner? Reducing waste, separating waste better and recycling more will help reduce your waste disposal costs. ecoBiz provides FREE tailored advice on how to reduce your waste, energy and water
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Queensland Environment Jun 9
The new Queensland waste levy won’t affect the cost of putting out your wheelie-bins, but it will help reduce waste going to landfill… find out more
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Queensland Environment Jun 6
We can all help stop this behaviour 💪 Report littering and illegal dumping at
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Queensland Environment Jun 5
The waste levy is about using our waste to create new jobs, products and industries in Queensland, instead of filling up our landfills … find out more
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Queensland Environment Jun 3
As Queenslanders we can do better when it comes to recycling and resource recovery. To help, a new levy on waste going to landfill will start 1 July 2019. Find out more
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Queensland Environment May 29
Are you a business owner? With a levy on waste going to landfill starting 1 July, now is the perfect time to look for new ways to minimise your waste and save money on disposal costs. Check out some tips for business:
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Queensland Environment May 27
The new waste levy, starting 1 July, will help Queensland manage its waste better, by encouraging alternatives to sending waste to landfill. Find out more:
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Queensland Environment May 23
The have received over 3000 reports about environmental nuisance in the Ipswich area. Thank you to the community for helping the team to track odours to the source. Officers have now issued 7 fines and 2 environmental evaluations. Read more
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Queensland Environment May 23
Want to know what’s on during from 2-8 June? From a Pub Choir to comedic debates, check out all the exciting events at and get involved in climate action!
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Queensland Environment May 22
Check out the exclusive event, Griffith University's Knowledge sharing symposium: Subnational Climate Action in the Asia-Pacific on 5 June. To register visit
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Queensland Environment May 20
Waste Levy team member Ash Bunce with the Bundaberg Regional Council tonight helping Bundy businesses and residents get "Levy Ready". Check out our page at
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Queensland Environment May 19
Have your say on odour issues and enviro topics in : Survey closes 26 May 2019.
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Queensland Environment May 17
The Queensland waste strategy aims to see waste avoided, reused and recycled to the greatest possible extent… and keep valuable resources out of landfill. Find out how:
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Queensland Environment May 17
Are you ready to raise your voice for climate change action? Tickets are now on sale for a very special event as part of from 2-8 June. For more info head to
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Queensland Environment May 16
Queensland is celebrating it's first Climate Week, 2-8 June 2019! Help spread positive change across Queensland. Learn about green living at Green Heart Fair & Cairns or check out Digital Garden. Full calendar of events here:
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Queensland Environment May 12
HAVE YOUR SAY: Take the community survey to have your say on environmental topics in the region:
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Queensland Environment May 9
The Circular Economy Lab is in flight, and participating companies are collaborating on solutions for a more circular economy. Find out more at
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Queensland Environment May 2
have been detecting odour for over nine months. Seven fines given to operators who have broken the rules of their EA. Report 24/7 at
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Queensland Environment Apr 30
Host your own Climate Week QLD event from 2–8 June. Queenslanders are invited to host a climate action event, such as a public seminar, BBQ, tree planting event, book reading or musical event. For more info and to apply,
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Queensland Environment Apr 29
Did you know? The Swanbank industrial area has over 30 sites! Report ASAP so the Odour Abatement Taskforce can track the nuisance to the source. Report online at
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