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If so, then it might be worth ordering a green waste recycling bin for your property which will allow you to easily dispose of all of your lawn clippings, prunings and leaves.
The Brisbane City Council’s green waste bins are collected fortnightly, where the green waste is then taken to a recycling facility to be chipped, stabilised and aged so that it can be re-used. This makes the bins a great option for those who are concerned about their green waste ending up in landfill, as it does if it is placed in the general waste bin.
It’s very important for Everton Park households to embrace clean and sustainable practices in their homes and the green waste bins help provide a great way to do this.
The Brisbane City Council is currently trying to encourage more Everton Park residents to take make use of the green waste recycling system, and until the end of June, households that order a new green bin will go into the draw to win a two-hour garden consultation with celebrity gardener Annette McFarlane, plus a $1,500 gift voucher to spend at your nearest regional nursery.
There are also prizes given away each week to two Brisbane residents, who will receive either a worm farm or a Bunnings gift voucher.
The competition is a great incentive to become a little greener at you household and hopefully help Everton Park become a more sustainable area.
Before ordering a green waste recycling bin though, it’s important to think about whether or not you have the space at your property and whether or not disposing of unwanted green waste is an issue at your household.
All further information about Brisbane City Council’s green wast recycling bins can be found at the council website.