Dispose of unwanted computers, light bulbs, TVs, microwaves and more at the free drop off day on Sunday 5 March from 9am – 4pm at The Crescent Council Car Park.
Mosman Council has initiated a food waste reduction trial in partnership with the EPA to assist local businesses serving food to the public.
Get on board the Mobile for a Meal campaign and drop your old mobile phones, batteries and/or accessories for recycling to one of Council’s collection points.
Mosman has had an influx of unauthorised tree work carried out by contractors. Council urges residents to check whether trees need council consent prior to commencing works.
Remember to put your empty food packaging in the bin after the game and don’t forget to reduce, reuse and recycle by buying items you can use again such as shin guard stays and reusable drink bottles.
Residents do a great job recycling in their kitchen, but don’t often realise what’s recyclable in their bathroom or other rooms of the house. Make a few simple changes to make a big difference.
Council has appointed three new tree pruning and removal companies to carry out works approved through the Public Land Tree Permit Application Process.
Mosman’s State of the Environment Scorecard 2014-15 is now available online. Some successes include a 5% decrease in Council’s electricity usage, and discovery of a new threatened fauna species.
Thank you to all residents who donated over 1,400 disposable nappies to The Nappy Collective in October to be distributed to organisations that support families in need.
Getting rid of your spare old fridge or upright freezer is one of the easiest steps you can take to cut your power bills. Contact Fridge Buyback to collect your fridge and to claim a rebate*.