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By making small changes to our every-day behaviours, we can make a positive impact on our environment. On these pages you will:

  • find rebates, resources, and tips that can help you to save energy and water
  • learn about bush-friendly and water-wise gardens, and how to get involved in Council's plant swaps
  • discover small changes you can make to your day-to-day life to help the environment
  • learn how to reduce waste to make your home, business, garden or school more sustainable.
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Bush-friendly gardens

Join hundreds of residents who have already taken advantage of this offer and are doing their part to help make Eurobodalla more bush friendly.

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Saving water

Saving water in your home or business can not only save you money in water and energy bills but also reduce the environmental impact on our local waterways.

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Saving energy

Find rebates and programs that can help you save energy in your home or business.

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We Care Eurobodalla

We're working with local food businesses to reduce single-use plastic items, such as takeaway containers and plastic cutlery.

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Marine Debris Working Group

Join in regular clean-ups across Eurobodalla, join the working group, and learn how to record your clean-up data in an Australia-wide research database.

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No Butts in Eurobodalla

Cigarette butts are Australia's most littered item. If you're a smoker, there are things you can do to keep our streets and waterways butt free. Avoid the fines and be part of the solution.

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Alternatives to balloon releases

What goes up must come down! There are plenty of fun alternatives to releasing balloons for your next celebration. This page provides you with information and suggestions for these alternative environmentally friendly ways to celebrate your event.

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Fishing tackle debris bins

Discarded fishing line can remain in the ocean for a very long time, often killing or injuring marine life. Council has installed a number of fishing tackle debris bins located at popular fishing locations throughout Eurobodalla, to keep our coastline free from fishing tackle debris.

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Your Business is Food

The Your Business is Food Program is part of the EPA's Love Food Hate Waste Program and is designed to help businesses waste less food and in doing so, improve profits.

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Tap water please

By using and refilling a reusable drink bottle with tap or tank water, you can reduce your impact on the environment and save money at the same time. You can read all about Eurobodalla Shire's exceptional water supply, and our permanent and portable public water refill stations and locations.

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Waste minimisation

Get involved in projects like clean-up Australia Day and the Garage Sale Trail. These initiatives support the objectives of waste minimisation: to avoid, reduce, reuse and recycle.