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).
Second Hand Saturday Area 5 - Saturday 17 September 8am - 2pm Get along to the below garage sales for some bargains and help reduce items ending up in landfillBurwood C806/1-17 Elsie Street Bags, clothing, shoes, (new & used), bathroom accessories (new), household items, furniture, books, jewellery & appliances18 Neich Parade Clothes, shoes, toys stationary & more67 Park Road Antiques, bric-a-brac, collectables, old tools, ware, assorted household items93 Park Road DVDs, books, clothes, bric-a-brac, furniture, bikes, toys, games and bricks209A Burwood Road Clothes, kitchen accessories, household items, decorator items64 Wentworth Road Furniture, household items new & second hand, baby goods, baby & toddler clothing, bikes plus much moreStrathfield 17 Wentworth Road Household items, pot plants, jewellery, clothing, small appliances48 Woodside Ave White goods, books, CDs, miscellaneous household items, furniture7A Jersey Road Shoes, clothes, small furniture items22 Mosely Street Household goods and bric-a-brac Second Hand Saturdays are giant community garage sales that are supported by Council.
A wider range of plastic bags and plastic films can now be recycled through your local supermarket.
Fridge Buyback Program Getting rid of your spare old fridge or upright freezer is one of the easiest steps you can take to cut your power bills.