Sustainable Development is an essential part in Today’s fast-paced and rapidly advancing world. We must ensure that our use of resources does not negatively impact future generations. Council has therefore developed a number of plans to contribute in conserving as many resources as possible. For example, we are involved in Plastic Bag and Waste Management, Recycling old Mobile Phones, City Clean and Environmental Education for Children of all ages.
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Permission to Remove or Prune a TreeCouncil has powers for the protection or preservation of trees in the Burwood Local Government Area through the Burwood Local Environmental Plan (BLEP) 2012 and the Burwood Development Control Plan (BDCP).
The next Second Hand Saturday is 20 September 2014 Area 5 Burwood & Strathfield8am-2pmSaturday 20 September 2014 The participating garage sales are being held at the following locations: Burwood14 Livingstone Street Kids bicycle, carpets, pram, plants, chairs, clothes kids to adults & uniforms, household items, computer laptop, electrical goods, CDs & DVDs, coffee table, rocking chair93 Park Road Toys, clothes, shoes, bikes, bike helmets, books, DVDs, baby wear, baby stuff, bric-a-brac, electronics & more217/1 Railway Parade Clothes, shoes66/3 Railway Parade Bric-a-brac70/3 Railway Parade Household furniture136 Wentworth Road Cooking utensils, jewellery, sewing machine and materials, tea pot, vases, mahjong set, Christmas decorations, shopping bags, handbags, men’s ties.
A wider range of plastic bags and plastic films can now be recycled through your local supermarket.
Fridge Buyback Program Fridge Buyback is a residential energy savings program that actually pays you to help save the environment and reduce your power bills by giving up your old second fridge or upright freezer.