Electronic waste & NEW community compost hubs.
Brisbane residents can, as part of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme, dispose of e-waste at the transfer stations for free. The transfer stations will accept a maximum of 15 items per delivery of televisions, computers and computer products including printers and scanners free of charge from householders and small businesses.
E-waste recycling bins are provided at the transfer stations for your recyclable e-waste items. Place your recyclable e-waste items in the marked e-waste bins inside the transfer station's shed.
Check the website for a list of accepted items
COMMUNITY COMPOST HUBS:
This program asks residents living near the new community composting hubs to regularly contribute their kitchen scraps to the community garden compost bin.The sites currently involved in the program are:
Annerley Community Hub Garden, Annerley
Jane Street Community Garden, West End
Jeays Street Community Garden, Bowen Hills
Kelvin Grove Community Garden, Kelvin Grove
Nundah Neighbourhood Centre Community Garden, Nundah
Yeronga Community Centre Garden, Yeronga
Yoorala Street Community Garden, The Gap
Contact Council for more information or register online to participate.
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